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A Report on Child Trafficking and Care Provision: Towards Better Survivor Care

Citation
Rigby P, Malloch M & Hamilton-Smith N (2012) A Report on Child Trafficking and Care Provision: Towards Better Survivor Care . Love 146.

Abstract
First paragraph: Child trafficking in the UK has attracted increasing political, media, academic, policy and practice interest recently, with a developing literature base providing comment on the extent of the problem and possible responses under the UKs obligations to international law. Until recently, trafficking was perceived primarily as an immigration issue; a view which has not altogether dissipated, resulting in children being slotted into existing services for separated and asylum seeking children. Often children received no service, without or with limited assessment of continuing risk and needs.

Subject headings
Children Crimes against; Children (International law)

StatusPublished
AuthorsRigby Paul, Malloch Margaret, Hamilton-Smith Niall
Number of pages40
Publication date04/2012
Publication date online04/2012
URLhttps://www.glasgow.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=14225&p=0
PublisherLove 146
LanguageEnglish
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