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The report of baseline study on factors vulnerable to trafficking and sexual exploitation

ECPAT-Cambodia

The report of baseline study on factors vulnerable to trafficking and sexual exploitation

by ECPAT-Cambodia

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Published by ECPAT-Cambodia in Phnom Penh] .
Written in English


Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 2009/00746 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination49 leaves :
Number of Pages49
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25314623M
LC Control Number2011360017

SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF VULNERABLE YOUNG PEOPLE. LOOKED AFTER AND ACCOMMODATED IN GLASGOW Paul Rigby & Sheila Murie March SUMMARY The scoping study was commissioned to provide an estimate of the prevalence and risk of. This report presents the findings of a research study of young people at risk of sexual exploitation across Sussex. The work focused on providing an overview of: young people vulnerable to sexual exploitation and/or trafficking; risk indicators for involvement in these activities; sexually exploitative activities that young people are involved in; awareness among organisations engaging with.

serious protection issue. Sexual exploitation and gender-based violence were issues that received particular prominence in the United Nations Study on the Impact of Armed Conflict on Children (the Machel Study). The issues of sexual violence, abuse and exploitation were also highlighted in UNHCR’s “Evaluation of.   In Southeast Asia, “” trafficking [of children] for sexual exploitation has continued for some decades to be one of the most common purposes of trafficking” (p30). And according to UNICEF, there are betw and , sex workers within Cambodia, an .

Human trafficking is the business of stealing freedom for profit. In some cases, traffickers trick, defraud or physically force victims into selling sex. In others, victims are lied to, assaulted, threatened or manipulated into working under inhumane, illegal or otherwise unacceptable conditions. It is a multi-billion dollar criminal industry. Young people, especially those with risk factors, are vulnerable to human trafficking. The Administration for Children and Families at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued new guidance on child trafficking to child welfare systems and runaway and homeless youth programs because of increased vulnerability to trafficking for.


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The report of baseline study on factors vulnerable to trafficking and sexual exploitation by ECPAT-Cambodia Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nasoma baseline survey 1 baseline survey investigating sexual exploitation and trafficking of women and children at the oshikango border post april prepared by: mrs. immaculate sechogele report for: national social marketing programme (nasoma) funded by:. Jane Dodsworth's (, p.

) paper on a qualitative research study examining women's involvement in sex work in the UK draws on data from young women who became involved in sexual exploitation under the age of 18 ‘or, what some of them saw as, selling or swapping sex for non‐monetary ‘payment”.

A key focus of the research was ‘to develop an understanding of how the Cited by: 8. The Baseline Study on trafficking in Tunisia is the first Study addressing this issue in the country and aims to be a key step in supporting all the actors involved in the fight against trafficking.

A Steering Committee comprising the major institutions and organizations working on the field of trafficking has. ‘The absence of specific measures makes Syrian child brides vulnerable not only to human trafficking, but also to sexual violence,’ says the National Rapporteur.

‘ These girls often find themselves socially isolated, which means that any abuse and exploitation can continue for a long time. This volume is the first major exploration of the issues relevant to young people who are affected by sexual exploitation and trafficking from a variety of critical perspectives.

Issues include accommodation, gangs, migrant and refugee communities, perpetrators, international policy and the language through which we construct child exploitation. against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. The leadership role of Japan in the organization of the Yokohama Conference is clearly indicative of national interest in the protection of children from trafficking, and from sexual exploitation.

Most recently, the Japan Committee for UNICEF worked together with the Japanese tourism industry. Human trafficking Human trafficking has received increasing global attention over the past decade.

Initially, trafficking of women and girls for forced sex work and, to a lesser extent, domestic servitude, were the sole focus of advocacy and assistance.

Today, there is recognition that women, children and men are trafficked into many different forms. Human Trafficking and Minorities: Vulnerability Compounded by Discrimination By Heidi Box Human trafficking is an extreme human rights violation that impacts all populations across the globe and is characterized by force, fraud, and coercion intended for exploitation (Palermo Protocol ).File Size: KB.

Trafficking in women and children is a gross violation of human rights. However, this does not prevent an estimated women and children to be trafficked each year across international borders. Eighty per cent of trafficked persons end in forced sex work.

India has been identified as one of the Asian countries where trafficking for commercial sexual exploitation has Cited by: a.

Occurrence and Routes of Commercial Sexual Exploitation 31 b. Occurrence and Routes of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children 33 c. Occurrence and Routes of Child Sex Tourism 35 d. Trafficking for the Purpose of Marriage 37 4.

Contributing Factors to the Trafficking Infrastructure 39 Size: 4MB. Human trafficking and various other forms of child sexual exploitation on the United States-Mexico border are described from social science and law enforcement perspectives, including current laws.

A study from the United Nations’ International Labour Organization estimated million adults and 1 million children were victims of forced sexual exploitation in around the world.

99%. Sexually exploited youth are disconnected from societal tethers and need support systems, which makes them some of the most vulnerable of youth.

This heightened level of vulnerability increases their risk for violence, abuse, ongoing sexual exploitation and all its sequelae. The purpose of this study was to examine an evidence-based intervention called STRIVE (support to reunite, involve and. However one vulnerability is present in all forms of child trafficking that is the imbalance of power between the trafficker and the victim, in some situations this could leave the child vulnerable to sexual exploitation which may not be apparent at first contact this possibility must always be foremost in a responders mind.

Report: Majority of trafficking victims are women and girls; one-third children. According to a new report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the vast majority of all human trafficking victims – some 71 per cent – are women and girls and one third are children.

Page | viii Baseline Survey on Child Trafficking in Busia, Mandera and Marsabit, This report presents a baseline survey conducted in December in Busia, Mandera and Marsabit Counties to inform the refining of project implementation strategies for the “Building the Foundation for Child Trafficking Free Zones in urban and rural Kenya”.File Size: 1MB.

Though there is no standard profile of a child-trafficking victim, several risk factors make certain children more susceptible. Reports indicate that traffickers often target children and youths with a history of sexual abuse, dating violence, low self-esteem, and minimal social support.

(Trafficking Protocol, Article 3a). In this definition the term exploitation encompasses sexual exploitation, forced labor, slavery, servitude and removal of organs.

However, this paper focuses on the trafficking of women and children for sexual exploitation, referring to the practice simply as trafficking or sex trafficking. The technicalFile Size: KB. In book: The Oxford Handbook of Organized Crime, Chapter: Human smuggling, human trafficking, and exploitation in the sex industry, Publisher: Oxford University Press, Editors: L.

Paoli, pp Sexual abuse has been associated with subsequent CSEC and possible mediating factors include increased risk-taking behavior in victims of childhood sexual abuse, or altered emotional development in abused children that later renders them more vulnerable to CSEC (Stoltz et al., ).

Substance abuse may increase the risk of CSEC because Cited by:. Covenant House began exploring opportunities to replicate and scale the groundbreaking study at Covenant House New York that shed new light on the link between homelessness and human trafficking. Our mission was to find out the prevalence and nature of human trafficking among our youth – and arm the anti-trafficking community with better knowledge to fight this crisis.TRAFFICKING’S FOOTPRINT.

Executive Summary. Free the Slaves (FTS) is committed to rigorously evaluating the effectiveness of its programs. To this end, FTS commissioned a baseline study to determine prevalence and awareness of trafficking before implementation of the Growing Up Free project in Ghana.The current publication presents a study on child trafficking conducted in seven EU member states: Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania and Slovakia.

The study looks at three specific forms of trafficking in persons: child trafficking for begging, for pickpocketing and for sexual exploitation of boys and the way they manifest themselves among Roma communities.