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[Publication in French, with executive summary in English] Migration obviously presents a major challenge for the future of our society. How can a migration policy capable of covering the real migration situation be developed? How can we find a...
Four sets of operational indicators of trafficking (adults and children for labour and sexual exploitation) resulting from a joint European Commission-ILO project.
Explanation for indicators of trafficking for sexual exploitation
The Irish commission to Inquire into Child Abuse was established in 2000 to investigate abuse of children in institutions. They lead a nine-year-long inquiry into child abuse at Catholic institutions in Ireland in the past 60 years. This is an...
This is an analysis of the key weaknesses identified in the most recent Inspectorate reports for the following 15 Prisons and Young Offenders Institutions that have children in custody.
This report explores the experience of trafficking and abuse from the point of view of migrant young people. This report is the result of a one-year research project carried out by The Children’s Society into a little-known phenomenon. The...
The purpose of this article is analyzing and understanding the mechanisms leading to the exploitation of Romanian migrant minors. In developing our research we had recourse to: a. the observations and interviews with young people, their families...
Terre des hommes child relief (Tdh), in this most recent publication, presents a comparative study on the ethical responsibility of receiving countries of intercountry adoption. Focus has been given for many years on the practices of the countries...
The 2008 Trafficking in Persons Report on 170 countries is the most comprehensive worldwide report on the efforts of governments to combat severe forms of trafficking in persons. Its findings will raise global awareness and spur countries to take...
In 2002, the then United Nations Secretary-General appointed Paulo Sérgio Pinheiro as independent expert to provide a global picture of violence against children and to propose recommendations for the prevention of violence. Many member states,...

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