Chinese Police Rescue Trafficked Children
Police across China have rescued 23 children in a nationwide crackdown on child trafficking from poor provinces, state media said.
Children Go Home as China Cracks Trafficking Ring
Nine kidnapped children were returned to their parents in central China on Thursday in a rare success story in a nation where population controls have led to rampant child-trafficking, state media reported.
Human Trafficking Crackdown in Vietnam
Local authorities will intensify their operations in 2008 to stop the trafficking of women and children across the Chinese/Cambodian border.
China Improves Efforts to Combat Trafficking through Regional Mechanism
According to the press conference held by the Ministry of Public Security, ministers from Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam signed the COMMIT Joint Declaration on 14 December 2007.
Welcome Remarks at the Second Inter-Ministerial Meeting of the COMMIT Process by Mr. Khalid Malik, United Nations Resident Coordinator
On 14 December 2007, the United Nations Resident Coordinator spoke to the second Inter-Ministerial Meeting of the COMMIT process.
China Claims that Trafficking in Women and Children Is on the Rise
Trafficking in women and children is on the rise in China, authorities as they announced a five-year plan to combat the problem.
Chinese Police Detain Two Suspects over Trafficking Vietnamese Babies
Chinese police have detained a Vietnamese woman and a Chinese man who allegedly smuggled four babies from Vietnam into China.
Panel Created in China to Target Trafficking Prevention
The government plans to set up the first national mechanism for combating trafficking to protect women and children from forced labor and prostitution.
Report on the National Anti-Trafficking Workshop in China
Hosted by the National Working Committee on Children and Women under the State Council and the Ministry of Public Security, in cooperation with the UNIAP China Office and the International Organisation for Migration, the National Anti-Trafficking Workshop was successfully held from 26 to 31 August 2007, in Lijiang, Yunnan Province.
China Plans to Combat Cross Province Trafficking for Forced Labour
In China the trend for trafficking people with the intention of exploiting them for labour and sexual services is increasing.
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