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Child Sex Trafficking in the Tourism Sector in Sri Lanka

Child Sex Trafficking in the Tourism Sector in Sri Lanka

The study “Child sex trafficking in the tourism sector in Sri Lanka”, was conducted by Save the Children and was commissioned by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Sri Lanka as part of the project “Strengthening Counter Trafficking Efforts in Sri Lanka (SCOUT)”. It was authored by the lead researcher, Dr. D M Pamela Pieris. The input and support provided by government and non-government stakeholders, survivors of trafficking and all other interviewees for this research is acknowledged with sincere appreciation. The actual names of victims of human trafficking are replaced with pseudonyms to protect their identities.

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