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- DocumentInternational Labour Organization, 2006What are the inadequacies of the legal frameworks addressing the problem of cross- border trafficking? This extensive paper looks at international legal frameworks, and regional conventions. It highlights inadequacies of the legal frameworks in Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Indonesia as well as the discrepancies between the national laws and international instruments.Document
Local institutions and social policy for children: opportunities and constraints of participatory service deliveryYoung Lives, 2007This paper evaluates an attempt in Andhara Pradesh to improve the outreach, quality and accountability of education, health and early childhood development services. The project specifically aims to involve parents closely with their children’s monitoring and management.DocumentHuman Trafficking, 2006Thailand 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 leads them to a life of exploitation.Document
Child rights situation analysis: rights-based situational analysis of children without parental care and at risk of losing their parental care: global literature scanSOS-Kinderdorf International, 2006This report provides a global overview of the general situation of children without parental care as well as children at risk of loosing parental care. It offers insights and new directions for strategic developments by SOS Children’s Villages building upon SOS Children’s Villages’ existing competencies and ‘a Child’s Right to a Family’ position paper.DocumentInstitute of Labor Economics, Bonn, 2007Extensive research has been done and several publications are available on child labour issues. This discussion reviews the recent literature to examine the reasons why child labour is prevalent and the consequences of such labour.DocumentGlobal March Against Child Labour, 2006A cause for concern is the increasing occurrence of child labour in India. This study critically examines current programmes, action plans and interventions of key actors working towards the elimination of child labour and achieving Education for All.DocumentHuman Rights Watch, 2007There is currently no juvenile justice system in Burundi, no alternatives to incarceration for children and no services to help children once they are released from prison. This report details the failings of Burundi’s criminal system and their impacts on children.DocumentHuman Rights Watch, 2007In Guinea tens of thousands of girls work as child domestic workers. They work long hours for little or no money, and are routinely deprived of adequate sleep, rest, food, health care and education as well as social contacts and loving care.DocumentAfrican Child Policy Forum, 2007This is a regional examination of the extent of harmonisation of national laws relating to children under the umbrella of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). This report reviews and analyses how far countries in Eastern and Southern African have gone in implementing the principles of the CRC, and how well they have built the recognition of children's rights into their legal systems.DocumentInternational Labour Organization, 2007These guidelines are intended for those who implement programmes and activities combatting child domenstic labour particularly through the use of strategic prevention, withdrawal and protection interventions. The guide offers project planners with a simple knowledge base and guidance that can help them in selecting or devising effective strategies and actions at the action programme level.