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Child slavery now : a contemporary reader

Author: Gary Craig
Publisher: Portland, Ore. : Policy Press, ©2010.
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Most stave trades were abolished during the 19th century yet there remain millions of people in slavery today, among them approximately 210 million children in slavery, trafficked, in debt bondage and in other forms of forced labour, This groundbreaking book, drawing on experience worldwide, shows how children remain locked in slavery, the ways in which they are exploited and how they can be emancipated. Written for
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Child slavery now.
Portland, Ore. : Policy Press, ©2010
(OCoLC)760860439
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gary Craig
ISBN: 1847426093 9781847426093 1847426107 9781847426109
OCLC Number: 578648128
Description: xv, 341 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Part one: Strategic overviews. Child slavery today / Joost Kooijmans and Hans van de Glind. --
Constructing the international legal framework / Trevor Buck and Andrea Nicholson. --
Just out of reach: the challenges of ending the worst forms of child labour / Catherine Turner, Aidan McQuade and Enrique Restoy. --
Child domestic labour: a global concern / Jonathan Blagbrough. --
Child trafficking: a modern form of slavery / Hans van de Glind. --
Clarity and consistency in understanding child exploitation: a UK perspective / Aarti Kapoor. --
A human rights approach to preventing child sex trafficking / Jonathan Todres. --
Child rights, culture and exploitation: UK experiences of child trafficking / Farrah Bokhari and Emma Kelly. Part two: Themes, issues and case studies. Preventing child trafficking in India: the role of education / Jason Aliperti and Patricia Aliperti. --
Birth registration: a tool for prevention, protection and prosecution / Claire Cody. --
'Bienvenue chez les grands!': young migrant cigarette vendors in Marseille / Brenda Oude Breuil. --
Child domestic labour: fostering in transition? / Evelyn Omoike. --
Extreme forms of child labour in Turkey / Serdar M. Degirmencioglu, Hakan Acar and Yuksel Baykara Acar. --
Haliya and Kamaiya bonded child labourers in Nepal / Birendra Raj Giri. --
Sex trafficking in Nepal / Padam Simkhada. --
The role of the arts in resisting recruitment as child soldiers and 'wives':experience from Uganda and Nepal / Bill Brookman and Katherine Darton. --
International adoption and child trafficking in Ecuador / Esben Leifsen. --
Child slavery in South and South East Asia / Cecilia Flores Oebanda. --
Routes to child slavery in Central America / Virginia Murillo-Herrera.
Responsibility: edited by Gary Craig.
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Around 210 million children are still in slavery today. This groundbreaking book shows why they remain locked in slavery, the ways in which they are exploited and how they can be emancipated. It also  Read more...

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