Expert Consultation on Child Trafficking

Conference papers

©UNICEF IRC /2008 - Left - Right: Lena Karlsson, UNICEF IRC; Nevena Vuckovic Sahovic, Committee on the Rights of the Child; Marta Santos Pais, UNICEF IRC; Athanassia Sykiotou,  Democretus University of Thrace

The findings, interpretations and conclusions expressed in the papers presented below are entirely those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the policies or the views of UNICEF.


Conference papers

  • A holistic approach to child trafficking

  • Child participation to prevent and address child trafficking

  • Children speak about child trafficking - case study from South Eastern Europe

  • Implementation of international standards - experiences from Costa Rica

  • Implementation of the code of conduct at the Kenyan coast

  • Implementation of the OSCE action plan and its addendum on child trafficking

  • Introduction to the work on preventing the sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism

  • Key findings and recommendations from IRC research on child trfficking and introduction to a broader approach

  • List of participants

  • Opening remarks

  • Preliminary results of the UNICEF IRC literature review

  • The code of conduct for the protection of children from sexual exploitation in travel and tourism

  • The Committee on the Rights of the Child and its monitoring role

  • The Council of Europe convention on action against trafficking in human beings

  • The work of the regional anti-trafficking network for the prevention of child trafficking in Andhra Pradesh

  • UNICEF guidelines on the protection of child victims of trafficking; adaptation to a regional context

  • Where we stand in the preparatory process: progress and challenges ahead

  • Working with internet service providers and internet cafe owners to protect children from sexual exploitation

Regional standards

  • Council of Europe: Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings.