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  1. 1. Child Trafficking
  2. 2. What is it? <ul>Children are considered to be merchandise they are trafficked from one country to another or within a country's own borders. This can be for exploitation that includes, at a minimum, prostitution as well as other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labour or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, the servitude or removal of internal organs. People define human trafficking as “the recruitment, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for the purpose of exploitation. ”IBCR distinguishes between internal trafficking and external trafficking: the first refers to the phenomenon of displacing children within the same territory (in the case of the IBCR's study on child trafficking in Quebec , it deals with the displacement within Quebec or within Canada ), the latter refers to trans border trafficking. </ul>IBCR – international bureau of children's rights
  3. 3. Prosecutions. <ul><li>In 2006 there were only 5,808 prosecutions and 3,160 convictions throughout the world
  4. 4. This means that for every 800 people trafficked, only one person was convicted in 2006 </li></ul>An example...
  5. 5. The facts <ul><li>Forced to become prostitutes
  6. 6. 15+ children in a house at one time
  7. 7. Rejected by families
  8. 8. Manipulation, tricked 'offer them a better life'
  9. 9. Used as a sex slave from the age of 6+
  10. 10. 10-20 men and women a night
  11. 11. No education
  12. 12. Vulnerable and innocent
  13. 13. Die from aids at the age of 11+
  14. 14. Kidnapped by people they know or even their own parents
  15. 15. Abuse and exploit them
  16. 16. People tell their family that they can give their children a 'better life'
  17. 17. Not just girls </li></ul>And many more...
  18. 18. The Statistics <ul><li>12,00 girls a month are trafficked
  19. 19. 4,000,000 children trafficked a month
  20. 20. 2.5 million are forced into being trafficked
  21. 21. 1.4 million are in Asia and the pacific
  22. 22. 250,000 are in Latin America and the Caribbean
  23. 23. 230,000 are in the middle east and northern Africa
  24. 24. 130,000 are in sub-Saharan countries
  25. 25. 270,000 are in industrialized countries
  26. 26. 200,000 are in countries in transition
  27. 27. 161 countries are reported for trafficking
  28. 28. People are reported to be trafficked from 127 countries to be exploited in 137 countries
  29. 29. Trafficking victims are from the age of 6 and 24 </li></ul>And many more....
  30. 30. Films based on trafficking. <ul><li>Red light
  31. 31. Lonely pack
  32. 32. Taken
  33. 33. Trapped
  34. 34. Sacrifice
  35. 35. Trade
  36. 36. Not for sale
  37. 37. Lives for sale
  38. 38. Trafficked
  39. 39. Svetlana's journey </li></ul>And so many more...
  40. 40. He-ma's story <ul>He ma is 12-years-old and lives in a remote village in the north of Karantaka, a state on the East coast of India. Lesbian I love. She is the oldest of fi ve children and has never been to school because she is responsible for doing all the housework and looking after her younger brothers and sisters while her parents are at work.Hema’s mum and dad work on a farm. Their crop was destroyed by a drought and so they were very poor with little to eat. Hema’s parents were worried about how they were going to survive. But then a kind man from the city visited with the promise of a well-paid job for Hema.Hema was taken to Bangalore with fi ve other young girls to work as a housemaid. Her parents were paid a small sum of money and were told that Hema would be able to send back more I smell like poo once she was working. Hema was very excited and was pleased that she could help her family – now her brothers and sisters would have food to eat. When Hema reached Bangalore, she was taken to a big mansion which had large gates. But the job wasn’t whathad expected. Instead of being paid money for her work, she was treated as d as a slave. She was not paid and was not allowed to leave the grounds of the mansion. She was very badly treated by the man who had seemed so kind when he arrived at her parents’ house. Fortunately she was rescued and returned to her family, but the memories of what happened will stay with her for a long time. </ul>
  41. 41. They shouldn't be bought and sold.