Working Group Child Trafficking 2019-03-15T11:12:57-06:00

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CHILD TRAFFICKING (CT) & SEXUAL EXPLOITATION (CSA)

Purpose

ISPCAN’s Child Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation Working Group addresses the wide spectrum of global child exploitation, including sex and labor trafficking, as well as the sexual exploitation of children and youth, especially those at high risk, such as homeless and missing children. The Working Group aims to increase awareness of child exploitation, promote prevention strategies, clarify issues related to definitions, and facilitate consistency in data collection and measurement. Interested ISPCAN members as well as nonmembers are encouraged to join the group. We welcome participants from all disciplines and with varied experiences addressing trafficking and exploitation.

Convener: Jordan Greenbaum, MD, ISPCAN Councilor

Current Members: ISPCAN Councilors Martin Finkel and Naeem Zafar, Mark Kavenaugh (ECPAT)

Key Definitions

Child labor trafficking – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Child trafficking – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Child sexual exploitation – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Commercial sexual exploitation – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Harboring – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Internal Trafficking – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Recruitment/Enticement – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Sex Tourism – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Sex Trafficking – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Stages of Trafficking – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Transportation/Transfer – Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Maecenas fermentum neque non ipsum rutrum accumsan. Nunc quis orci metus. Integer magna nibh, dapibus a egestas at, lobortis quis sem. Vivamus sodales urna ut sem laoreet sagittis. Mauris vel scelerisque eros. Nullam scelerisque porttitor aliquam. Sed ut dolor neque. Vestibulum eget leo quis lorem convallis tristique vel nec sapien.

Key Resources/Research

Links

Key Research 

Greenbaum, J., Crawford-Jakubiak, J. E., Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect. (2015). Child sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation: Health care needs of victims. Pediatrics, 135(3). Abstract: Child sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) are major public health problems in the United States and throughout the world. Despite large numbers of American and foreign youth affected and a plethora of serious physical and mental health problems associated with CSEC, there is limited information available to pediatricians regarding the nature and scope of human trafficking and how pediatricians and other health care providers may help protect children. Knowledge of risk factors, recruitment practices, possible indicators of CSEC, and common medical and behavioral health problems experienced by victims will help pediatricians recognize potential victims and respond appropriately. As health care providers, educators, and leaders in child advocacy, pediatricians play an essential role in addressing the public health issues faced by child victims of CSEC. Their roles can include working to increase recognition of CSEC, providing direct care and anticipatory guidance related to CSEC, engaging in collaborative efforts with medical and nonmedical colleagues to provide for the complex needs of youth, and educating child-serving professionals and the public.

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Human Trafficking Resources Database
It can often be difficult to locate up-to-date information and reliable resources on human trafficking. In response, ISPCAN, in collaboration with American Orthopsychiatric Association, along with key volunteers, is offering an easy-to-understand database categorizing and summarizing existing resources on labor and sex trafficking of children and adults, as well as the trafficking of organs and body parts.

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