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A variety of sources, including the I. O , and scholars Erin Kunze and D. Hughes, also contend that the increased use and availability of the Internet has served as a major resource for traffickers, ultimately increasing the incidence of child sex trafficking.

Dart sued the owners of Craigslist , a popular online classifieds website, for its "allowance" and "facilitation" of prostitution, particularly in children.

As the Protocol reads, "State parties shall take all feasible measures to ensure that member of their armed forces who have not attained the age of 18 years do not take a direct part in hostilities. For example, the I. O has recently investigated the use of Afghan children in the heroin trade and child involvement in the drug trades of Brazil. Children are sourced from orphanages or kidnapped, or parents may be tricked, cajoled or coerced into relinquishing custody.

The Hague Convention on the Protection of Children and Cooperation in regard to Intercountry Adoption is an international agreement designed to protect children from such exploitation and to assist in preventing such illegal intercountry adoptions. Economic factors[ edit ] Forced begging is a profitable practice in which exploiters are motivated by economic incentives. The business structures of major rings of children trafficked for the purpose of begging have been examined as comparable to a medium-size business enterprise.

Capability deprivation, meaning the routine absence of adequate resources that serve in facilitating opportunities, may account for cross-generational begging practices within families.

In Europe begging is found in a number of minority cultures, especially popular within Roma and nomadic communities. Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 affirming "victims of severe forms of trafficking should not be inappropriately incarcerated, fined, or otherwise penalized solely for unlawful acts committed as a direct result of being trafficked.

For many nations the first step is the criminalization of begging and trafficking. First, there is intervention on a community level with education on the validity of some of these Quranic institutions provided to rural villages that typically send their children there.

This is supplemented by improved regulation of schools within the nation to ensure that they remain places of education, followed by a greater enforcement of preexisting laws banning trafficking and exploitative begging.

Finally, rehabilitation services have been provided with the help of CSOs to recovered children to provide them with the capabilities they have been denied. Recently the department has instituted a hotline where the public dials 110 to report suspected incidences of forced begging, which law enforcement officials are expected to investigate further.

This policy instituted in April 2009 has since led to the recovery of 9,300 children. As recently reported by UNICEF "certain behaviors, such as giving money to child beggars can also indirectly motivate traffickers and controller to demand children.

Their initiatives are focused on educating passersby on the forced begging of trafficked Cambodians within their country to decrease the likelihood of donations. This campaign has enabled at least six children to be recovered and reunited with their families. For talibes religious leaders have been asked to take a stance against begging using passages sited in the Quran, such as "Except paradise, you should not beg anything for the sake of Allah" 8: The orphanage then misrepresent them as "orphans", ensuring an income for the orphanages.

Supply and demand framework[ edit ] Child trafficking is often conceptualized using the economic model of supply and demand. Consumer demand is generated by people who actively or passively buy the products or services of trafficked labor.

Derived demand, on the other hand, is generated by people who directly profit from the practice of trafficking, such as pimps or corrupt factory owners. Schauer, and Thomas V. Galli, have asserted that national governments should more actively implement policies that reduce both types of demand, thus working towards the elimination of trafficking.