End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes/ Farhat Bokhari, 2009, 40 pages
The study seeks to explore the interlink between forced child marriage and child trafficking. It examines forced child marriage among British born children trafficked out of the UK to be forcibly married abroad and children who have been trafficked to the UK on the basis of a false promise of marriage only to end up in sexual exploitation.
International Labour Organisation (ILO) 2008, 222 pages
This resource kit captures over 10 years of work by ILO's International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) and its partners. It makes the experiences and knowledge available to those who design, implement and improve policy and programming to fight child trafficking.
The resource kit is composed of five separate but interrelated books that cover a range of themes:
Book 1 is designed to help users to understand human trafficking, particularly trafficking that involves children
ILO, June 2012, 32 pages
This Policy Note considers the progress that ILO member States are making in the application of ILO Conventions and Recommendations. It draws on two reports considered by the 2012 International Labour Conference: 'Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work: From commitment to action' and 'Giving globalization a human face'.
It points out that while some progress is being made in reducing child labour in too many cases the rights contained in these international standards are still not fully applied in practice and enforced.
U.S State Department, 2011, 420 pages
The US State Department has published the 2011 Trafficking in Persons Report, a detailed examination of the issue, ranking every major country across the globe.
The major forms of human trafficking covered by the report include:
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), 2009, 63 pages
Anti-Slavery International June 2012, 60 pages
This report identifies two forms of modern day slavery in fabric and garment supply chains: the forced labour of girls and young women in the spinning mills of southern India – the Sumangali and Camp Coolie systems – and the use of child labour in the finishing workshops of Delhi.
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), 2010, 48 pages
This training manual – developed by ILO and UNICEF under the UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking –aims to aid governments, workers, employers, international, and non-governmental organisations that combat trafficking in children for labour, sexual and other exploitation. The manual consist of the following five handbooks:
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 2006, 202 pages
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 2006, 46 pages