|Title||Child Trafficking in the European Union: Challenges, Perspectives and Good Practices|
|Publisher||European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights|
|Publication Date||7 July 2009|
|Topics||Child prostitution | Children's rights | Children-at-risk | Criminal justice | Trafficking in persons|
|Other Languages / Attachments||French | German | Press release|
|Cite as||European Union: European Agency for Fundamental Rights, Child Trafficking in the European Union: Challenges, Perspectives and Good Practices, 7 July 2009, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4a549ba35758.html [accessed 30 June 2015]|
The first paragraph on page 131 should read correctly: "In another group of Member States (Bulgaria, Greece, Spain, France, Ireland, Cyprus, Lithuania, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom) relevant monitoring mechanisms on children's rights are in function. In the mandates of these mechanisms the issue of child trafficking may be explicitly included. Examples of these mechanisms are: the Bulgarian State Agency for Child Protection, the Cypriot Commissioner for the Rights of the Child, the Children's Ombudsman that is in function in Greece, Spain, France, Ireland, Lithuania and Sweden, the Irish Special Rapporteur on Child Protection, the Luxembourg Children's Rights Ombudscommittee and the UK Children's Commissioner."
The country reports on which the report is based are available on the FRA website.
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