Myanmar and Children and young people
Nay Pyi Taw
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- The BLDS children & young people collection
- Search for the latest children & young people-related print documents on this country from the British Library for Development Studies collection
- To what extent are children affected by armed conflict in Myanmar?
- Watchlist/Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict, 2009
- This report draws attention to the suffering of children in Myanmar due to the political and socioeconomic turmoil and the ensuing armed conflict. For decades Myanmar Armed Forces and associated armed groups have engaged in low-level ...
- Children in armed conflict: current trends and concerns
- Reliefweb, 2007
- This document is the annual report from the Secretary-General. It details progress in the implementation of SC Resolution 1612 – ending the recruitment and use of children in armed conflict and its monitoring and reporting mecha...
- Exploitation of young migrant workers in Thailand
- E. Pearson; S. Punpuing; A. Jampaklay / Human Trafficking, 2006
- Thailand has emerged as the number one destination in cross-border trafficking of children and women. Many children and young women from Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR migrate to Thailand in search of better life. Often their journey l...
- Impact of migration on children
- J. Bryant / UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, 2005
- This paper looks at problems and opportunities faced by three groups of children affected by international migration: children left behind by international labour migrants from the Philippines, Indonesia, and Thailand ...
- The problem of child soldiers: listening to young combatants in East Asia
- id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2002
- One in four of the worlds estimated 300 000 child soldiers are currently serving in the East Asia and Pacific region. What is the family background of children involved with armed groups? How did they become child soldiers? What...
- Making the distinction between trafficking and the worst forms of child labour in Thailand
- International Labour Organization, 2001
- This paper aims to shed new light on a range of aspects of the trafficking of children and subsequently the exploitation of children into the worst forms of child labour in Thailand. A desk review of the available research from...
- Recommendations to empower migrant children and youth in the Mekong sub-region
- T. M. Caouette / Save the Children Fund, 2001
- This report provides an awareness of the realities and perspectives among migrant children, youth and their communities, as a means of building respect and partnerships to address their vulnerabilities to exploitation and abusive envi...
- Burma state army is world's worst offender of child soldier recruitment
- K.. Heppner / Human Rights Watch, 2002
- This report is based on research conducted by Human Rights Watch in Thailand and border areas of Burma between February and July 2002. During the course of the investigation, Human Rights Watch researchers conducted interviews with cu...
- Collection of case studies from Asia describing child-focused HIV/AIDS projects.
- E. Ireland; D. Webb / Save the Children Fund, 2001
- This report provides examples of a number of Save the Children projects in Asian countries where the focus has been on children affected by HIV/AIDS and/or prevention efforts focused on children and young people. The authors ou...
- Review of programmes to control trafficking of women and children in South East Asia
- A. Derks / International Organization for Migration, 2001
- At least 200-225,000 women and children from South-East Asia are trafficked annually, a figure representing nearly one-third of the global trafficking trade. Of the estimated 45-50,000 women and children estimated to be trafficked int...