The trafficking of children through a human rights lens
In recent years, trafficking in people has re-emerged as an issue of international concern. Despite a paucity of reliable data, there is a widespread view that the majority of victims of trafficking are women and children. Children, and concerns about violations of their human rights, also feature prominently in international rhetoric and policy. But in reality, the rights of child victims of trafficking are often lost in highly politicised debates that tend to focus on organised crime, illegal...[Show more]
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