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    1. 20 reads National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi Language Dutch The National Human Rights Commission commissioned this study to better understand the growing rate of trafficking cases in India.  The report analyzes the problem of trafficking and child ...

      The National Human Rights Commission commissioned this study to better understand the growing rate of trafficking cases in India.  The report analyzes the problem of trafficking and child prostitution while also examining the legal framework and what the government response to the problem. This is a detailed account of what is happening in India concerning child trafficking as well as some recomendations and suggestions for the future. 

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      • Rapporten
      • India
      • National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi
      • Minderjarigen / Kinderhandel
      • Kinderhandel
      • Jongensprostitutie
      • Seksuele uitbuiting
      • Engels
    2. Terre des Hommes Taal Nederlands This report focuses on child labour in Jharkhand/Bihar for mica mining and processing, and the role of Dutch companies and main manufacturers of pearlescent pigments globally. BEAUTY AND A BEAST CHILD LABOUR ...

      This report focuses on child labour in Jharkhand/Bihar for mica mining and processing, and the role of Dutch companies and main manufacturers of pearlescent pigments globally.

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      • Rapporten
      • India
      • Terre des Hommes
      • Minderjarigen / Kinderhandel
      • Kinderarbeid
      • Arbeidsuitbuiting
      • Kinderhandel
      • Engels
    3. 48 reads Anti-Slavery International (ASI) Language Dutch This report examines the phenomenon of forced child begging in Albania, Greece, India, and Senegal. It looks at the types of forced begging as well as their impact on the children involved. The repo ...

      This report examines the phenomenon of forced child begging in Albania, Greece, India, and Senegal. It looks at the types of forced begging as well as their impact on the children involved. The report attempts to analyze the root causes of the problem and then address some of the responses of the four countries to combat child begging.

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      • Rapporten
      • Senegal
      • Griekenland
      • Albanië
      • India
      • Anti-Slavery International (ASI)
      • Minderjarigen / Kinderhandel
      • Kinderarbeid
      • Arbeidsuitbuiting
      • Bedelarij
      • Kinderhandel
      • Engels
    4. Taal Onbepaald Indian research on the reintegration of survivors of trafficking in their families and communities Engels Rapporten India Reïntegratie Terugkeer Gedwongen prostitutie zaterdag, augustus 1, 2015 ...

      Indian research on the reintegration of survivors of trafficking in their families and communities

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      • Rapporten
      • India
      • Terugkeer
      • Reïntegratie
      • Gedwongen prostitutie
      • Engels
    5. Taal Onbepaald It has been observed over decades that, poverty forces poor families to send their children to work, which results in a serious problem the world is facing nowadays. Child labour can leave many severe consequences on children ...

      It has been observed over decades that, poverty forces poor families to send their children to work, which results in a serious problem the world is facing nowadays. Child labour can leave many severe consequences on children and their families. When children work, it does not mean as a standard, they support their families economically, neither all of them get paid for their work since many of them work as bonded labour or as slaves. In addition to that, they face many problems which may cause permanent damage to their childhood.Children usually work to contribute and provide financial support to their families. Their health is often ignored by their parents or they may not be aware about their children’s health. This paper illustrates how both India and Nigeria have adopted laws and regulations to eliminate child labour. However despite all the efforts, child labour and the factors that influence the incidence of child labour continues to be prevalent.The results from this study explain the reasons which forces children to work, poverty. This paper also draws conclusion that governments, societies, and communities should cooperate in a better way with each other to decrease child labour. Possible and innovate solutions and suggestions are arose at the end of this paper.

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      • Rapporten
      • Nigeria
      • India
      • Minderjarigen / Kinderhandel
      • Kinderarbeid
      • Armoede
      • Engels
    6. 40 reads Asian Development Bank (ADB) Language Dutch The objective for the India Country Paper is to increase the understanding of how to mainstream trafficking concerns in poverty reduction programming through an analysis of key issues, mapping of source ...

      The objective for the India Country Paper is to increase the understanding of how to mainstream trafficking concerns in poverty reduction programming through an analysis of key issues, mapping of source and transit areas and destinations, mapping of key stakeholders and their activities, and the identification of gaps in legislation, policy, institutional frameworks and other areas. 

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      • Rapporten
      • India
      • Asian Development Bank (ADB)
      • Minderjarigen / Kinderhandel
      • Mensenhandel
      • Kinderhandel
      • Engels
    7. 01 jan 2006

      19 reads Language Dutch Rambho was enslaved weaving carpets when he was just ten years old. When he made a mistake he was beaten. When his fingers bled from overwork, the slave owners would dip them in fuel and light a match to his fingertips. "Freed ...

      Rambho was enslaved weaving carpets when he was just ten years old. When he made a mistake he was beaten. When his fingers bled from overwork, the slave owners would dip them in fuel and light a match to his fingertips. "Freedom and Beyond" traces the story of Rambho and other child slaves from their remote Indian villages to the carpet looms and ultimately to freedom. "Freedom and Beyond" explores what it takes to rescue child slaves, help them take back their lives, and how slavery can be stopped at its very source. Viewers get a behind the scenes look as activists from Bal Vikas Ashram risk everything to free children and help create a sustainable future for them in their home villages.

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      • Film
      • India
      • Kinderarbeid
      • Arbeidsuitbuiting
      • Engels
    8. 51 reads Anti-Slavery International (ASI) Language Dutch This report is based on interviews with 3,000 children looking at the psychosocial wellbeing of child domestic workers in Peru, Costa Rica, Togo, Tanzania, India, and Philippines. The report analyze ...

      This report is based on interviews with 3,000 children looking at the psychosocial wellbeing of child domestic workers in Peru, Costa Rica, Togo, Tanzania, India, and Philippines. The report analyze working conditions, family circumstances, and types of abuse for children doing domestic work. It also examines support for the children in their communities. The report finishes with conclusions and recommendations based upon the observations from the various countries studied.

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      • Filipijnen
      • Peru
      • Tanzania
      • Togo
      • Costa Rica
      • India
      • Anti-Slavery International (ASI)
      • Minderjarigen / Kinderhandel
      • Kinderarbeid
      • Arbeidsuitbuiting
      • Kinderhandel
      • Engels
    9. 36 reads Jayaprakash Institute of Social Change Language Dutch This report examines the services provided to the children of prostitutes in the Kolkata Brothels of India. It gives a demographic profile and information about the health and education of the ...

      This report examines the services provided to the children of prostitutes in the Kolkata Brothels of India. It gives a demographic profile and information about the health and education of the children of sex workers in this brothel and then analyzes the services provided to the children. The report also looks at the impact of the services including, education, health, and vocational training and tries to identify any gaps in their delievery.

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      • Rapporten
      • India
      • Jayaprakash Institute of Social Change
      • Prostitutie
      • Prostitutie
      • Jongensprostitutie
      • Engels
    10. Language Dutch 3 reads Harvard FXB Center Executive Summary This report provides a comprehensive and critical analysis of the Indian government’s efforts to rescue and reintegrate children trafficked for their labor. Despite frequent expressions of public ...

      Executive SummaryThis report provides a comprehensive and critical analysis of the Indian government’s efforts to rescue and reintegrate children trafficked for their labor. Despite frequent expressions of public concern, the government’s main responses to this entrenched problem have not been carefully evaluated to date. As a result, no metrics for gauging reintegration success have been developed, nor is there a process for evaluating the impact of interventions over time. This paper measures existing legal and policy frameworks against current realities, based on empirical findings from a qualitative study carried out by the FXB Center for Health & Human Rights at Harvard University. The survey undergirding the study produced rich data from interviews with 49 governmental and non-governmental actors in three North Indian states: the trafficking source state of Bihar, the transit state of Delhi, and the trafficking destination state of Rajasthan. The results reveal tartling inconsistency between policy commitments and on-the-ground realities. Raids of workplaces that rely on forced child labor are executed with  ariable levels of success and attention to the best interests of trafficked child laborers. A lack of detailed standard operating procedures and centralized  nformation systems leads to confusion around responsibilities, as well as reactive, poorly planned raids that are often overly dependent on nonprofit leadership. The quality of immediate ostrescue care delivered is also inconsistent: children do not receive adequate medical or counseling support and are often subjected to multiple interviews about their experience. Legally mandated and essential First Information Reports, prepared by the police to initiate criminal proceedings, are sporadically filed and victimizers are rarely prosecuted.Existing reintegration frameworks also fail to protect children’s rights and needs. They do not comprehensively address the diverse post-rescue needs of  trafficked children. Rather, despite incontrovertible evidence to the contrary, they treat reintegration as a fixed, short-term process. The significant and complex risks facing trafficked children following return to their families are not carefully addressed and standards for gauging what counts as appropriate alternative accommodation are lacking. Education programs work in isolation from formal schools and do not adequately address the curricular and teacher training issues that reintegration of trafficked children raise. Children who have never had an opportunity to attend school consistently need dedicated services to facilitate their integration into a system of learning; and their families need structured and ongoing support to mitigate the risk that a child will be re-trafficked for economic reasons. Instead, at present, the challenge of supporting the family’s economic reintegration is, at best, reduced to the provision of lump sum compensation.  Finally, the acute health needs of rescued children, both physical and psychological, are acknowledged as an afterthought, without concrete policy initiatives to ensure delivery of suitable services. This report outlines several overarching challenges to the successful rescue and reintegration of children trafficked for labor: failure to provide adequate reintegration services; a focus on short term rescue from child labor in place of systemic child welfare approaches; organizational failures including lack of clear accountability, inter-agency coordination and training; poorly structured NGOgovernment partnerships; insufficient human and financial resources; lack of centralized information systems; and weak policy frameworks. The report concludes by making several recommendations to address these gaps. One critical recommendation is an insistence on the prioritization of a child rights approach to intervention, so that the child’s best interests and views are always a primary consideration. Another overarching recommendation highlights the imperative of instituting comprehensive and sustained reintegration efforts instead of perpetuating the current short term approach that simply returns trafficked children to circumstances that led to trafficking in the first place. This analysis should form the basis for future research, debate and, most important, concrete reforms to protect children from exploitation. Trafficking for forced labor constitutes a gross violation of rights that affects hundreds of thousands of Indian children every year. It is the government’s obligation to ensure an end to these abusive practices and to institute sustained interventions that deliver access to health, education and financial security for these children and their families.

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      • Rapporten
      • India
      • Harvard FXB Center
      • Arbeidsuitbuiting
      • Orgaanhandel
      • Seksuele uitbuiting
      • Child sex tourism
      • Child trafficking
      • Nederlands

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