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CROSSING PATHS OF CHILDREN VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN FRANCE

Tuesday 23 June 2015

Juveniles trafficking are a reality that is accorded very little consideration by the authorities in France, and this is the first time that a report on this issue is being presented to you. Human trafficking continues to have many faces – from infants to adults: children victims of sexual exploitation, domestic servitude, forced labour, those obliged to steal or commit crimes, forced begging, forced marriage...

The transition to adulthood is particularly problematic and, for young victims of trafficking, much depends on whether or not these youths have received needed support.

We aim to make accessible a common system of rights for all children who are victims of trafficking or at risk of trafficking. This access should be the same mechanism available to all children. Within the existing French legal system, means for effective implementation of this system are lacking, including professional training, funding and cooperation with the civil society.

These documents were presented by the Collective "Together against trafficking in human beings."

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