ACCESS TO JUSTICE: CRIN's submission for the Special Rapporteur on slavery's thematic report
18/Apr/2017 Publication
CRIN's contribution for the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery's upcoming report on access to justice.
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2016 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights
Mon, 14/11/2016 - 09:45 Event
Forum title: "Leadership and Leverage: Embedding human rights in the rules and relationships that drive the global economy...
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UNITED STATES: Supreme Court rejects Nestle bid to throw out child slavery suit
12/Jan/2016 News
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a bid by Nestle SA and two other companies to throw out a lawsuit seeking to hold them liable for the use of child slaves in Ivory Coast.
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EUROPE: Tackling violence against children
19/Oct/2015 Publication
A report from Augeo Foundation and the Dutch Children's Ombudsman on tackling violence against children in Europe, to coincide with the European Network of Ombudspersons for Children's 2015 theme of Violence against Children.
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TRAFFICKING: Research points to serious mental health impact on trafficked children
9/Sep/2015 News
Children as young as 10 have attempted suicide or suffered serious mental health problems after being trafficked as sex slaves or forced labourers, researchers said yesterday.
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SENEGAL: First steps taken to eradicate forced child begging in Quranic schools
7/Aug/2015 Publication
A committee of African human rights experts agreed that Senegal must work to stop children in Quranic schools being forced to beg for food and money after two postgraduate students compiled a complaint on behalf of the exploited children.
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IRAQ: Islamic State circulates sex slave price list
5/Aug/2015 News
A printed list of prices for buying and selling women and children as slaves from within the Islamic State has been confirmed as genuine by a senior United Nations official.
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LABOUR RIGHTS: Child labour and protecting working children
11/Jun/2015 Publication
Ahead of the World Day against Child Labour on 12 June, CRIN looks at whether in countries where child workers will work with or without labour protections, is a blanket ban on child work the best way of guaranteeing children's interests? 
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ASIA-PACIFIC: Cost of child maltreatment tops $200 billion annually, reports UNICEF
3/Jun/2015 News
Statistics show that failure to prevent violence against children is resulting in serious economic costs to countries, UNICEF warned at the launch of its ‘End Violence against Children’ campaign in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. 
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