Policy into practice - Child trafficking
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
THE ISSUE: Child trafficking is the movement of young people through abduction, deception or force, for exploitation. Children and young people have been found sold into prostitution, drug smuggling, domestic slavery, and forced marriages, with little means of getting help.
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