Missing and Sexually Exploited Children in the Enlarged EU: Epidemiological Data in the New Member States

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Gert Vermeulen
Maklu, Jan 1, 2005 - Law - 397 pages
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The book comprises country reports of the 10 new EU Member States. Each country report provides essential definitional information regarding the various forms of sexual exploitation of children and types of missing children, outlines the way data collection on sexual exploited and missing children by various governmental (police, judicial, other) and nongovernmental actors is organised, and delivers available data on the phenomena concerned. A final, comparative report bridges the country report information into a first epidemiological state of the art for the 10 new Member States and for the entire enlarged EU, comparing the newly gathered information with information collected in the initial 15 Member States during a previous study, the report of which has been published in January 2004 as the first book in the Childoscope series.
 

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Contents

Foreword
9
Definitions of sexual exploitation of children and
15
Czech Republic
33
Estonia
73
Hungary
103
Latvia
132
Lithuania
156
Malta
175
Poland
198
Slovakia
218
Slovenia
242
Comparative study
270
Concluding remarks and recommendations
320
Comparative tables
345
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