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Child-friendly Standards and Guidelines for the Recovery and Integration of Trafficked Children

Document number
1720
Date
2006
Title
Child-friendly Standards and Guidelines for the Recovery and Integration of Trafficked Children
Author/publisher
International Labour Organization (ILO)
Availability
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Document type(s)
Guidelines/Recommendations, Research/Study/Analysis, Training Material/Resources,
Keywords
Identification (of Victims), Protection, Victims of trafficking, Trafficked persons, Sex tourism, Pornography, Sexual exploitation, Palermo protocol; Child trafficking; Best Interests Principle, Child Victims of Trafficking, Separated Migrant Children, Unaccompanied minors, Family reunification, Guardian, Family Tracing, Age Assessment, Freedom from Detention, Interim Care, Health, Education, Training, Integration, Adoption, Return, Remaining in a Host Country/Country of Asylum, Child protection systems, Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), Reflection period, Residency permit, Identification, Social assistance, Victim protection, Advocacy, Civil society, NGO, Human Rights approach,
Summary
These guidelines are for care providers or caregivers. This means anyone directly or indirectly involved in caring for child victims of trafficking. These standards outline and explain what must, must not, and should be done at every stage of the recovery and integration process. The guidelines (which are based on a review of existing shelter-based rehabilitations services in Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Thailand followed by national and regional consultations) also include examples of good and bad practices.
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