1. Human Trafficking:
IOM SOUTH EAST ASIA
This website has a digital library containing studies and reports on trafficking, legal issues, source and destination issues, repatriation, care and support, reintegration, migration, sex work, and HIV/AIDS issues from multiple organizations in PDF format.
GLOBAL ALLIANCE AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN
This coalition against trafficking in women is a feminist human rights non-governmental organization that works internationally to oppose all forms of sexual exploitations.
ECPAT is a network of organizations and individuals working together to eliminate the commercial sexual exploitation of children. It seeks to encourage the world community to ensure that children everywhere enjoy their fundamental rights free from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation. This website contains a database of research, studies and newsletter on the subject of child sexual exploitation.
Action to stop demand in child sex trafficking, child pornography, child sex tourism, child prostitution, incest, and child rape.
The UN Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (UNIAP) was established in June 2000 to facilitate a stronger and more coordinated response to human trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam). At a regional level, UNIAP brings together six governments, thirteen UN agencies and eight international NGOs. It contains a lot of good information pertaining to the policy and governmental levels of change’s relating to trafficking and migration issues including the COMMIT process
INTERANTIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION
This link includes international standards and principles of work and outlines the right of workers. Also contains the declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work, and the international programme on the elimination of child labor.
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION
It contains useful information regarding low, policy and research, as well as information on the complex issues surrounding migration such as trafficking and the repatriation of trafficking victims.
This link provides recent updates on human trafficking news and events from around the world, along with country specific information, such as relevant government agencies and laws, action plans and initiatives and best practices. An overview of the human trafficking situation in given for each country, including government efforts, NGOs/ IO efforts, and areas for improvement. The “Combat Trafficking” tab provide links information on best practices in prevention, protection, prosecution, and reintegration.
OFFICE TO MONITOR AND COMBAT TRAFFICKING PERSON
UNESCO TRAFFICKING PROJECT
UNESCO Bangkok’s Trafficking Project includes Prevention Programmes in minority language, the trafficking statistics projects, the Highland citizenship and birth registration project, and a project to link information related to trafficking, HIV/AIDS incidence, intervention, and at risk population distribution in order to discover related trends.
2. Trafficking documents, reports, articles:
COMBATING HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN ASIA:
This is a Resource Guide to International and Regional Legal Instruments, Political Commitments and Recommended Practices. The main objectives of this Resource Guide are:
3. Child Abuse:
CHILD ABUSE DEFINITIONS:
“The Project for Eradicating the Worst Forms of Child Labour – Turkey this 2-year advocacy initiative draws upon awareness-raising and the creation of a spirit of ownership at the national and local level to spark change related to child labour practices in Turkey. Partnership is the core
strategy shaping this effort to develop a context of openness and dialogue between the parties concerned that - it is hoped - will lead to concrete strategies and real change to protect children's rights”
4. Child Protection and Development:
CHILD RIGHTS INFORAMTION NETWORK
In this website you will find a list of NGO alternative reports submitted to the Committee on the Rights of the Child, alongside a list of initial and second periodic reports considered by the Committee. They provide links to the NGO alternative reports -- all existing and public reports submitted to the Committee on the Convention of the Rights of the Child by NGOs and NGO Coalitions.
5. Child and Mother Health: