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Child trafficking for prostitution in Central Java, Yogyakarta and East Java: a rapid assessment

Trafficking for sexual purposes or trafficking for prostitution as a contemptible violation of human rights and is one of the worst forms of child exploitation.

Type: Report
Date issued: 31 March 2004
Authors: Center for Population and Policy Studies (CPPS), Gajah Mada University
Format available: 94 p.

The findings of this rapid assessment suggest that in addition to economic and social issues, the motivating factors for being vulnerable to being prostituted are desire for a materialistic lifestyle and an unfriendly environment, especially for boys.

Tags: child labour, trafficking in persons, hazardous work, rapid assessment, sex industry, rights of the child, children

Regions and countries covered: Indonesia

Unit responsible: ILO Country Office for Indonesia

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