New Research on Children Speaking Out on Human Trafficking
Friday, October 12, 2007 4:36 PM

Save the Children and the Child Trafficking Response Programme in Southeast Europe have released a new report entitled "Children Speak Out - Trafficking Risks and Resilience in Southeast Europe."

The report looks at the situation of over 600 children considered "at risk of being trafficked" in seven countries--Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Serbia, and the UN Administered Province of Kosovo. Listening to the children's voices, the report examines both the factors that make children vulnerable to labor and sexual exploitation, but also what strengths and resiliences the children possess even in the most dire circumstances.

A PDF version of this report is attached.

Compiled from: "New research by Save the Children reveals children's insights on the risks of human trafficking in Europe,", 18 September 2007.