Promoting Inclusive Markets and Financial Systems
Young People’s Voices on Child Trafficking: Experiences from South Eastern Europe
In 2005 and 2006 UNICEF arranged for children and young people who had been trafficked while under 18 years of age to be interviewed in their home countries: Albania, Kosovo, Republic of Moldova and Romania. Based on these interviws, the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, prepared this report to stimulate thinking and action.
- Illustrates, through concrete examples, the complexity and dynamics of child trafficking.
- Provides insight into how the children and young people perceived the assistance they were offered
- Identifies the extent to which the participating children and young people, at the time they received assistance, had been questioned about their views and given the opportunity to participate in decisions regarding their situation.
- Provides an understanding of the importance of listening to children and young people and involving them in the design and implementation of actions to prevent and address child trafficking.