Search Resources (English): Trafficking in women and/or children

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Digital dangers: information & communication technologies and trafficking in women

Explores the possible relationships between trafficking women and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) with a view to advancing understanding of these complex issues.

Published: 2005
The commercial sexual exploitation of children in the U.S., Canada and Mexico: full report

Reports on the nature, extent and seriousness of child sexual exploitation in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

Published: 2001
The sexual exploitation of children: a working guide to the empirical litterature

Provides a bibliography of the empirical literatures relating to child abuse, child sexual abuse, child sexual exploitation, and the commercial sexual exploitation of children.

Published: 2001
Trafficking in women in Canada: a critical analysis of the legal framework governing immigrant live-in caregivers and mail order

Analyses the legal framework governing the hiring of immigrant live-in caregivers and the legal status of mail-order brides who immigrate to Canada with a spousal or fiancée visa.

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Published: 2000
Migrant sex workers from eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union: the Canadian case

Explores the trafficking in women from Central and Eastern Europe to Canada and the circumstances under which they came here.

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Published: 2000
A comparative study of women trafficked in the migration process: patterns, profiles and health consequences of sexual exploitat
Describes the patterns and consequences of sexual exploitation, migration, and trafficking of women in Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Venezuela, and the United States. (See Details)
Published: 2002
Is prostitution work or exploitation?: further consideration is needed : [summary]
Presents a summary of a larger research study on prostitution, including profiles of prostitutes, clients or johns, and pimps. Also provides an overview of sex trafficking, of the overall consequences of prostitution for women and society, and different legislative responses attempted. (See Details)
Published: 2002
Migration, labour and exploitation trafficking in women and girls
Explores the various dimensions of the feminization of migration and the trafficking of women and girls for work as domestics, live-in caregivers, idustrial labourers, and for sex work.
Published: 2003
New cargo: the global business of trafficking in women
Provides a collection of essays from international sources to give voice to women who have been trafficked, as well as to frontline activists and researchers who are often working in danger.
Published: 1998
The health risks and consequences of trafficking in women and adolescents: findings from a European study
Represents the findings of a two-year multi-country study on women's health and trafficking to the European Union. Finds that trafficking often has a profound impact on the health and well-being of women. Details the forms of abuse and risks that women experience, including physical, sexual and psychological abuse, the forced or coerced use of drugs and alcohol, social restrictions and manipulation, economic exploitation and debt bondage, legal insecurity, abusive working and living conditions, and a range of risks associated with being a migrant and/or marginalised. Argues that these abuses and risks impact women's physical, reproductive, and mental health, and can lead to the misuse of drugs or alcohol, diminish women s social and economic well-being, and limit their access to health and other support services. (See Details)
Published: 2003