Private sector accountability in combating the commercial sexual exploitation of children

Since the First and Second World Congresses against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC), new methods for holding the private sector accountable for violations of children's rights in the context of sexual exploitation have emerged, placing greater pressure upon intergovernmental organisations, international agencies and world states to acknowledge the abuses and develop regimes towards ensuring prevention, protection and punitive consequences for multinational corporations that harm children. This report looks specifically at the Tourism Industry, the media, New Technologies (internet) and the financial services industry in particular to assess their responsiveness to the problem.

Published 2011-10-20

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