The attached PDF is the June 2010 edition of Youth and Policy, which featured the issue of sexual trafficking and young people. The issue is 145 pages and includes 7 articles.
- Introductory Article: Safeguarding young people from sexual exploitation and from being trafficked: Tensions within contemporary policy and practice by Jenny J. Pearce
- What’s love got to do with it? Theorising young people’s involvement in prostitution by Margaret Melrose
- Living and working on the cusp of contradictions: Consumerism, justice and closed discourses by Jo Phoenix
- Safeguarding future generations: Challenging and prosecuting perpetrators by Sue Jago
- From less harm to more good: The role of children and young people’s participation in relation to sexual exploitation by Camille Warrington
- How do you define a ‘trafficked child’? A discursive analysis of practitioners’ perceptions around child trafficking by Silvie Bovarnick
- Understanding the ‘vulnerabilities’, ‘resilience’ and processes of the trafficking of children and young people into, within and out of the UK by Patricia Hynes