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11 January 2002
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Auteur: Integrated Regional Information Network

Representatives of West and Central African nations, UN agencies and regional non-governmental organisations ended a three-day conference on child labour and trafficking in Yamassoukro, Cote d'Ivoire, on Thursday with a pledge to lead a consolidated...

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1 January 2002
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Auteur: U.S. Department of State

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1 January 2002
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9 December 2001
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Auteur: Fili Sagapolutele, Samoa News/Pacific Islands Report

A former garment worker at Daewoosa Samoa in American Samoa has testified before a U.S. Congressional panel about alleged slave conditions and sexual abuse. The congressional panel was reviewing the implementation of the 2000 law to curb human...

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3 December 2001
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3 December 2001
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Auteur: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions and Anti-Slavery International

The booklet highlights some of the main ways in which forced labour manifests itself internationally, including through slavery, bonded labour, trafficking and child labour [refers to Burma, Gabon, Haiti, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sudan, United Arab...

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19 October 2001
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Auteur: UN Wire

Indonesia decided Wednesday to set up an interdepartmental team to handle several campaigns aimed at halting flourishing human trafficking networks, which commonly target women and children for the sex trade. The move comes in the wake of a U.N....

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18 October 2001
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Auteur: Tertiani ZB Simanjuntak, Jakarta Post

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18 October 2001
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16 October 2001
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Auteur: UN Wire

...According to U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific Executive Secretary Kim Hak-Su, there are currently 1 million children in the commercial sex industry in the region, and their numbers are growing. "Human trafficking,...

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