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Blog article: Exploitation vs. forced labour -- What can we learn from international labour standards? (...) It arises, for example, from the definition of “trafficking in persons” in the UNTOC Palermo Protocol, which suggests that exploitation encompasses many more situations than only forced labour: “Exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labour or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs”.[1] One may begin to understand exploitation by accepting that, to a degree, exploitation is a legitimate part of any market economy trading goods and services – including labour. (...) In sum, most but not all forced labour is labour exploitation. Definitely not all forms of labour exploitation are forced labour.
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Score: 566365.33 - www.ilo.org/asia/media-...WCMS_491331/lang--en/index.htm
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Request for contributions to the report of the Special Rapporteur on the sale and sexual exploitation of children, including child prostitution, the use of children in pornography and other materials on child sexual abuse - BOLIVIA 1. What forms of existing social norms, practices / behaviors (cultural, social, traditional or other) may explicitly or implicitly involve and / or manifest the sale and sexual exploitation of children? • In Bolivian territory it has been identified that the sexual exploitation of male children and adolescents can become a survival mechanism for the homeless population. (...) It is very likely that even in a situation of sexual exploitation a person of non-binary gender (as a victim) is considered weak and not a male. 6.
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Score: 566127.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...A76/Bolivia-submission-en.docx
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Talking Points Joanne Dunn, UNICEF Obligations for States to protect children from sexual exploitation in travel and tourism 6 March 2013, Geneva Over the past 15 years the international community has made important advances in strengthening the protection of children from sexual exploitation and abuse. (...) Travel and tourism sector can play a critical role in the prevention of sexual exploitation of children. This is not only limited to taking measures to prevent the facilities or services of the sector are used for or facilitate the sexual exploitation of children. (...) We have learned that work to prevent sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism must be part of broader efforts and strategies to address sexual exploitation and abuse of children in a country.
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Score: 566078.96 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Childrenexplotation/UNICEF.pdf
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Care and recovery of child victims The Special Rapporteur will study assistance, rehabilitation and reintegration programmes for child victims of sale and exploitation, including sexual exploitation, with the aim of proposing comprehensive care and recovery systems. (...) Provide information on guidelines and protocols that govern the establishment and management of care and recovery services provided by your organization for child victims of sale and exploitation, including sexual exploitation. 2. Based on your experience, what elements are necessary for a comprehensive and rights-based care and recovery system of child victims of sale and exploitation, including sexual exploitation? (...) Provide examples of good practices and successful initiatives of assistance and rehabilitation programmes which facilitate the recovery and reintegration of child victims of sale and exploitation, including sexual exploitation. 4. Describe the challenges that your organization has identified in the establishment and management of assistance and rehabilitation programmes for child victims of sale and exploitation, including sexual exploitation. 5. 
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Score: 565902.25 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...AndRecovery/Questionnaire.docx
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The present report provides data on allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by United Nations personnel, covering the period 1 January to 31 December 2012. The report details information in three main areas: (i) (ii) (iii) The number and type of allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse received in 2012; The status of the investigations into allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse; and, The initiatives undertaken to enforce the United Nations' standards of conduct related to sexual exploitation and abuse. (...) Despite the decrease in numbers of allegations, continued instances of sexual exploitation and abuse, and the prevalence of the most egregious forms of sexual exploitation and abuse, highlights the need for continued effort and resolve.
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Score: 565902.25 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...20PKOs_Chief%20HRPS%20OHRM.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Programme Protecting children from sexual exploitation and abuse UNICEF programming to prevent and respond to the sexual exploitation and abuse of children by aid workers. (...) But some aid workers abuse their position of power through the sexual exploitation and abuse of those who depend on them, including children. (...) We also led a process to strengthen the United Nations approach to sexual exploitation and abuse involving implementing partners .
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Score: 565864.5 - https://www.unicef.org/protect...-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse
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Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Sexual exploitation of children and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) Special Rapporteur on the sale and sexual exploitation of children Share Navigation Blocks Special Rapporteur on the sale of children Overview Mandate International standards Current mandate holder Annual thematic reports Documents Country visits Communications Submissions to courts Resources Issues in focus Practical approach to addressing the sale and sexual exploitation of children Gender dimension of the sexual exploitation of children Impact of COVID-19 on the manifestation of the sale and sexual exploitation of children Surrogacy Illegal adoptions ICTs and sexual exploitation of children About special procedures About special procedures Submitting complaints About country visits Select Select Navigation Blocks Special Rapporteur on the sale of children Overview Mandate International standards Current mandate holder Annual thematic reports Documents Country visits Communications Submissions to courts Resources Issues in focus Practical approach to addressing the sale and sexual exploitation of children Gender dimension of the sexual exploitation of children Impact of COVID-19 on the manifestation of the sale and sexual exploitation of children Surrogacy Illegal adoptions ICTs and sexual exploitation of children About special procedures About special procedures Submitting complaints About country visits Children are among those who are most familiar with new technologies. (...) Key recommendations from the report propose that Member States: Establish comprehensive legal frameworks by explicitly criminalising specific exploitative activities. The CRC-OPSC provides a minimum standard of protection of children from sexual abuse and exploitation and should be universally ratified. Regional instruments such as the Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse offer additional protection, e.g. through the criminalisation of exploitative activities and the provision of additional procedural rights to the child victims.
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Score: 565422.36 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/speci...ommunication-technologies-icts
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The United Nations takes all reports of wrongdoing by its staff or affiliated personnel seriously. Sexual exploitation and abuse violate universally recognized international standards and harms the victim(s). Acts of sexual exploitation and sexual abuse are prohibited. You are strongly encouraged to report in good faith any instances of sexual exploitation and abuse of which you become aware. (...) The United Nations mandates that all staff members or affiliated personnel report sexual exploitation and abuse. If you believe that you have experienced retaliation for reporting a concern about sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, this should also be reported.
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Score: 565256.05 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...n-and-abuse/content/how-report
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ECPAT International Submission to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights Annual Discussion on Rights of the Child Sexual Exploitation of Children and Information and Communication Technologies I. (...) EMERGING MODALITIES OF SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN THROUGH INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (A) Addressing the growing gaps in international law on sexual exploitation of children through information and communication technologies 5. New modalities of sexual exploitation of children through ICTs are evolving with alarming speed.
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Score: 565214.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nology/ECPAT_International.pdf
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Al Othman had breached the Agency’s regulatory framework with respect to prohibition of sexual exploitation and abuse. The DIOS had analyzed the evidence available and assessed the inconsistencies in Ms. (...) Al Othman from service for serious misconduct of sexual exploitation and abuse, but found that the effective date of the summary dismissal decision was 26 September 2017 rather than 17 March 2017. (...) Al Othman indeed committed sexual exploitation and 15 Neguisse v. Secretary-General of the United Nations, Judgment No. 2020-UNAT-1033, para. 45. 16 Ibid., paras. 46-47. 17 Ibid., para. 48. 18 Ladu, op cit Judgment, para. 16; Bagot, op cit.
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Score: 564740 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1196.pdf
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