Child Trafficking in Canada: Preliminary Evaluation

Source: 
International Bureau for Children's Rights (IBCR)
Date: 
2004
Category: 
Awareness
Origin: 
Canadian
Summary: 
This assessment aims to gather the preliminary information and establish contact with the appropriate governmental agencies and to locate the various relevant institutions and non-governmental organizations. It also aims to provide a clear picture of the potential players in the fight against human trafficking in Canada by focussing on the experts who would be able to help in the development and possible implementation of policies against child trafficking in Canada. This assessment will also begin the information and data collection process regarding the nature and main trends in child trafficking as an organized crime in Canada and thus establish a foundation of research for a more in-depth multidisciplinary study on child trafficking in Canada.
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