EXPLOITATION: Joint submission to the OHCHR on ​ICTs and child sexual exploitation
19/Oct/2015 News
Joint submission for the OHCHR report on "Information and communication technology and child sexual exploitation".
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BELGIQUE : Enfants et euthanasie
7/Oct/2015 Publication
The amendment removes any reference to the age of a patient.
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AFGHANISTAN: President vows to stop 'inhuman' child sex abuse
24/Sep/2015 News
The Afghan government says it has "undertaken serious measures" to prevent "abominable" child sexual abuse following a report alleging the practice was rife among the country's armed forces and militias.
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TRAFFICKING: Research points to serious mental health impact on trafficked children
9/Sep/2015 News
Children as young as 10 have attempted suicide or suffered serious mental health problems after being trafficked as sex slaves or forced labourers, researchers said yesterday.
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CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: New sexual abuse allegations against French soldiers
3/Sep/2015 News
Fresh allegations have come to light about sexual abuse of children by French soldiers in the Central African Republic.      
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PAKISTAN: Police accused of downplaying child sexual abuse scandal
10/Ago/2015 News
Up to 280 girls and boys said to have been filmed being abused in one village, but victims’ parents say police did not act until there was a national uproar.
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KENYA: Baby A and the question mark
5/Ago/2015 Publication
A question mark on an intersex baby’s medical documents in Kenya nearly condemned a child to a life without medical care, schooling or a passport. Challenging the incorrect document, the child’s mother took the case to the Kenyan High Court.
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MEXICO: Authorities fail to protect children & adults with disabilities from torture, trafficking & segregation
23/Jul/2015 Publication
This report by Disability Rights International focuses on an institution for children and adults with disabilities where sexual abuse, sterilisation, trafficking, inadequate medical care and degrading living conditions are rampant. Yet authorities allow such a place to continue operating without interference. 
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SOUTH AFRICA: Teenagers no longer prosecuted for kissing or consensual sex
20/Jul/2015 Publication
A law that criminalised sexual activity between consenting adolescents in South Africa - even for kissing and cuddling - and required them to be put on a sex offenders register was struck down as unconstitutional after a challenge from the Centre for Child Law. CRIN looks at the issue in this case study.
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