child trafficking

Evidence reveals that women and girls--especially women and girls of color--are overrepresented in the commercial sex trade
One year ago, we launched a campaign in California, called "No Such Thing As A Child Prostitute." Our goal? To eliminate the very notion of "child prostitute" in both language and in law.
In addition to speaker presentations from various sectors of society, the symposium also featured breakout discussion groups
A proposed bill would prevent victims from being arrested alongside traffickers in brothel raids.
“I promised myself that whatever I could do to help other children not to suffer, I would do.”
Figures show "we are on the right track, but we are not still on the fast track."
A critical move as pay phones disappear in the second largest region for trafficking.
There are no accurate figures, but many women and children are sold into child marriage or bonded labor.
Today in Seattle, 900 gathered in one room downtown to support Stolen Youth, an incredible organization that is shining a bright light on the local problem and worldwide pandemic of child trafficking.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's website shows that 19 Connecticut kids have been missing since 1974