Stop Child Trafficking: A handbook for parliamentarians

Coordinated efforts are needed to stop and prevent child trafficking. Parliamentarians are key players in bridging political, governmental and civil concerns, and in uniting many partners in a common cause. Through specific steps to advance public policy, awareness and response, it is possible to end the scourge of child trafficking, to hold the perpetrators of crimes of trafficking in children responsible, and to build a protective environment to keep children safe from harm.

As elected representatives of the people of this country, as leaders and as policy makers, you have an important role to play.

As elected representatives you are in a position to intervene at different levels – policy as well as direct action. This handbook has been developed to assist you in your task of assisting children and protecting them from abuse and exploitation.


pdf: Child Trafficking - A Handbook forParliamentarians.HAQ.india.pdf


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