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.

7 items available. Click here to search.
2019 - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
The UN Office on Drugs and Crime produced a report on trafficking trends and patterns worldwide. The findings a trend of increased trafficking with sexual exploitation of victims being the key driver. According to the report, children account to as...
2019 - ECPAT
The new ECPAT report published this month analysis the scope of sexual exploitation of children in Czech Republic. The report provides introduction and explains the context of sexual exploitation in Czech Republic, present laws, commitments and...
2016 - United Nations
This glossary aims at compiling existing terminology and nomenclature related to SEA to provide conceptual clarity and a common understanding of key terms used by different United Nations entities in the discourse on this topic. It is the product of...
2016 - Plan International
This child-friendly booklet aims at explaining the mandate of the UN Special Rapporteur on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography, and the complaint mechanism made available to individuals to present complaints to the...
2015 - La Strada International and Adriadne
Adriadne Reintegration
La Strada International reports in its most recent newsletter that Ariadne has released a new manual entitled: Guidelines on Rehabilitation and (Re)integration of Trafficked Persons: A Manual for the Western Balkan Region. The present Guidelines on...
2015 - ECPAT
The Republic of Turkey is a regional power connecting West Asia and Southeastern Europe. Over the past decade, Turkey has undergone various reforms to strengthen its democracy and economy. The country began accession negotiations with the European...
The model of multi-agency team work in cases of children exposed to violence, abuse or exploitation
There is a legal basis for multi-agency collaboration especially within the Family Law, the new Law on Justice for Children, (and other laws as well), the WHO Framework Protocol for treatment in the protection of children from abuse and neglect, and...

This project is funded by: