Online Library

This is an online library with  publications related to child protection, including legislation, professional guidance, research reports and toolkits. Please use the filter function to adjust your search.

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2014 - Anti Slavery International
This report presents findings on trafficking for forced criminal activities and begging in the European Union and offers practical guidance on identifying and addressing this form of trafficking. The publication has been developed in the framework...
2013 - Anti Slavery International
This report, prepared by Anti-Slavery International, sheds light on the striking links between slavery and slavery-like practices and many child marriages. As such, it complements the author’s endeavors to highlight the existence of servile...
2009 - Anti Slavery International
This report is based on research conducted in Albania and Greece, India and Senegal, and looks at the phenomenon of forced child begging both in its local specifics and global commonalities. Forced child begging involves forcing boys and girls to...
2009 - Anti Slavery International
This document is a toolkit outlining qualitative methods for researchers interested in exploring the more exploitative and damaging forms of child begging, where children have been physically forced or coerced into their work. However, many of the...
2009 - Anti Slavery International
This document contains tools developed for training research teams who took part in a pilot research project on forced child begging, initiated by Anti-Slavery International. The pilot involved qualitative research with children and adults in...
2006 - Anti Slavery International
Report on a study in the UK, Ireland, the Czech Republic and Portugal
2006 - Anti Slavery International
“Hands Up for Freedom” is a development education project involving a partnership between five non-governmental organisations (NGOs): Anti-Slavery International in London; Communità Internazionale di Capodarco (CICA) in Rome; IEPALA (...
2006 - Anti Slavery International
This report is part of a study looking into the situation of so-called ‘invisible trafficked workers’, i.e. workers trafficked and exploited in sectors other than the sex industry in four countries (the UK, Portugal, Ireland and the...
2005 - Anti Slavery International
In March 2005, Anti-Slavery International, CICA, IEPALA, MLAL Progetto Mondo and OIKOS took part in a two-day conference (…). We addressed the current trafficking and migration situation in our respective countries, actions taken by our...
2005 - Anti Slavery International
This is a manual on identification of trafficked people in practice. It aims to provide basic information to those most likely to encounter trafficked person and help to make the difficult task of identification easier. The manual was created in co...

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