Pacific Perspectives on the Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse of Children and Youth
United Nations Publications, 2009 - Education - 120 pages
"This publication comprises three papers commissioned by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP). It provides a gender analysis of commercial sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of children and youth and the Pacific islands societal context of these issues, as well as addresses traditional practices and child rights." --Publisher.
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