Global child trafficking resources

Contracted marriage is SLAVERY!
Publisher: NGO Center for Roma Inititiatitives - Nikšić, Montenegro
This publication has been produced in the framework of the project "Ending Violence Against Women in the Western Balkans and Turkey: Implementing Norms, Changing Minds” implemented by UN Women and UNDP Country Office Montenegro, with the financial
UN-INSTRAW and the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)
Publisher: INSTRAW
The study focuses on female migration from and between six SADC countries, namely Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland and Zimbabwe, principally to South Africa.
Guilmoto, C.Z. (2007). Sex-ratio imbalance in Asia: Trends, consequences and policy responses. 12 p.
A distinctive dimension of Asias recent population dynamics has been itsunexpectedmasculinisation the increasing proportion of males in its population.
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). (2002). Adult Wars, Child Soldiers. Voices of Children Involved in Armed Conflict in the East Asia and Pacific Region. 84 p.
his report is based on in-depth interviews with 69 current and former child soldiers in six countries in East Asia and the Pacific.
The Protection Project (2008). Mexico. 11 p.
Mexico is a country of origin, destination, and transit for trafficking in women and children. Mexican women are trafficked to the United States, particularly to Arizona, California, Florida, New Jersey, New York, and Texas.
Dottridge, Mike. (2010). En b’_squeda de buenas pr’cticas en las acciones en respuesta a la trata de ni’±os: experiencias en Am’©rica Latina, el Sudeste de Europa y el Sudeste Asi’tico 58 p.
En bsqueda de buenas prcticas en las acciones en respuesta a la trata de nios: experiencias en Amrica Latina, el Sudeste de Europa y el Sudeste Asitico 58 p.
Hughes, D.M., et al. (undated). Modern Day Comfort Women.
The paper examines three types of trafficking that are connected to US military bases in South Korea.
Centre for Research on Environment, Health and Population Activities (CREHPA). (2001). A Situation Assessment of Sex Workers in Kathmandu Valley: A Focused Ethnographic Study.
Kathmandu: CREHPA. 44 p. The study presents a social mapping of sex workers in the Kathmandu Valley, a situation assessment, the results of key informant interviews, direct observation and in-depth interviews with sex workers.


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