Sexual Exploitation

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UN definition of sexual exploitation of children: The use of a child for sexual purposes in exchange for cash or in-kind favours between a customer, intermediary or agent and others who profit from the trade in children for these purposes—parent, family member, procurer, teacher
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International Justice Mission Urges J/TIP Office to Consider Cambodia's Progress in Combating Child Commercial Sexual Exploitation, Calls for Continued Collaboration
For more than 30 years, Journey Out (formerly Mary Magdalene Project) has been on the front lines in the tough fight to help victims become successful survivors of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.
Instances of the commercial sexual exploitation of children have been reported, including in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley where gangs are said to be Syrian girls and women," the report says.
Fighting commercial sexual exploitation is a complicated business, said Lucking.
Their deficiency can also occur in the form of revictimization or other commercial sexual exploitation in the environment of the gray economy.
children were at risk of commercial sexual exploitation, often being drawn into such activity before turning 15.
The majority of Afghan victims are children subjected to human trafficking in carpet-making and brick kiln factories, domestic servitude, and in commercial sexual exploitation, begging, transnational drug smuggling, and assistant truck driving.
Sexual slavery without borders: Trafficking for commercial sexual exploitation in India.
has been working for 35 years to protect child victims of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.
Confronting commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking of minors in the United States.
State Department's 2009 Trafficking in Persons Report said Canada is a "source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children trafficked for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor.
For many years local and international media have presented Costa Rica as a sexual tourism destination with a serious problem of commercial sexual exploitation of minors, leading to legislation of 4-8 years of jail for people behind programs, campaigns or adds projecting the country as a tourist destination accessible for the commercial sexual exploitation or prostitution of persons of any sex or age (Costa Rican Codigo Penal, Articulo 162 bis).

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