Child Protection

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application/pdfChild Rights Risk Assessment- Full ReportThis is the full report examining risks to child rights within Sri Lanka's tea supply chain.28/08/20208MB
application/pdfChild Sex Trafficking in the Tourism Sector in Sri LankaThe 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.22/06/202119MB
application/pdfGuidance note on the Identification, Protection and ReferralAs a Supplement to the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) on the Identification, Protection and Referral of Victims of Trafficking22/06/202112MB
application/pdfGuidelines for Law Enforcement Officials on Interviewing ChiGuidelines for Law Enforcement Officials on Interviewing Child Victims of Trafficking22/06/2021878KB
application/pdfSri Lanka's Missing MothersA Working Paper on the Effects of Mother Migration on Children26/02/2014875KB
application/pdfStrengthening Countertrafficking efforts (SCOUT) In Sri LankSave the Children in Sri Lanka (SC) has been working towards promoting child rights in Sri Lanka since 1974 through a variety of initiatives. One such initiative is the project titled ‘Strengthening Counter-Trafficking Efforts (SCOUT)’. This project has been implemented by IOM in partnership with Save the Children (SC) and nine local Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), aimed at empowering CSOs to support government efforts to tackle trafficking in persons. SC’s role in this project is to strengthen the capacities of Government and CSOs to effectively identify, support and prevent child trafficking in Sri Lanka. The strategies used to reach this objective ranged from developing a Guidance note on identifying and protecting child victims of trafficking to the existing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) on Identification, Protection and Referral of Victims of Trafficking,22/06/20211MB
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