South Asia in action: Preventing and responding to child trafficking. Child rights-based programme practices

This publication acknowledges the adoption of many international standards and the promotion of regional agreements. At the same time, legislation against trafficking is often considered within the broader context of criminalizing prostitution, addressing organized crime and controlling migration. Although these are important issues, a focus only on these perspectives fails to adequately address the full complexity and dynamics of human trafficking, and fails to give distinct consideration to child trafficking. Existing laws therefore need to be amended and new laws enacted to fully conform with international standards

Published 2011-08-24

Document Information

Publication year
2008
Author(s)
Way, Catharine
Format
pdf, 44p.
Rights
The United Nations Children's Fund
Creative Commons License
None
Region
South Asia
Identifier
ISBN: 978-88-89129-77-7

Document Information

Publication year
2008
Author(s)
Way, Catharine
Format
pdf, 44p.
Rights
The United Nations Children's Fund
Creative Commons License
None
Region
South Asia
Identifier
ISBN: 978-88-89129-77-7