Recovery and Reintegration of Children from the Effects of Sexual Exploitation and Related Trafficking

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Publication year:

2008

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English

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pdf (255.9 KiB)

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Publisher:

Oak Foundation

Report commissioned by the Oak Foundation Child Abuse Programme, Geneva which explores current experiences of projects working on recovery and reintegration. The report considers that there is considerable untapped capacity for supporting the recovery and reintegration of child victims within communities, families and the children themselves. Consequently, the long-term policies and strategy for combating and addressing the causes and effects of child trafficking and sexual exploitation in sustainable ways may lie in directing more effort and funding to unlocking that capacity.

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Keywords

Child abuse

Child trafficking

Children's rights

Community-based activities

Family

Policy

Poverty

Reintegration

Sexual exploitation

UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

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