Child trafficking and exploitation 

International children’s charity Lumos has published a report examining the trafficking and exploitation of children living in care institutions and care leavers worldwide. Recommendations include: provide children in residential care and care leavers with appropriate guidance to prepare them for life beyond care and enable them to stay safe; and deliver training and practical guidance to care providers, including how to prevent, identify and respond to instances of trafficking.

Read the press release: Cycles of exploitation: the links between children’s institutions and human trafficking
Download the report: Cycles of exploitation: the links between children’s institutions and human trafficking – a global thematic review (PDF)

Source: Lumos

Date: 13 December 2021

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