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    Human Child Trafficking. A Look Through the Internet Window

    ASTRA Serbia, 2006, 156 pages

    The research presented by the NGO ASTRA, shows that most of the identified victims of trafficking in human beings in Serbia are women who, during the recruitment by traffickers, were of high school age. As communication technologies advance, new threats emerge. A young woman "meets" someone on the Internet and develops a false relationship with the trafficker.
    ASTRA's research is a source of ideas and a starting point for actions by relevant institutions and professionals in Serbia, creating grounds for more effective prevention of trafficking in human beings. Even more so, due to the novelty of the topic, this research would be valuable and interesting beyond Serbia, for specialists in the Southeastern and also Western Europe.

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    Child protection

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