The Future of Southeast Asia: Challenges of Child Sex Slavery and Trafficking in Cambodia

Benjamin Perrin, Shuvaloy Majumdar, Nicholas Gafuik and Stephanie Andrews, THE FUTURE OF SOUTHEAST ASIA: CHALLENGES OF CHILD SEX SLAVERY AND TRAFFICKING IN CAMBODIA, Motorola Printers, 2001

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Benjamin Perrin

University of British Columbia

Shuvaloy Majumdar

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Nicholas Gafuik

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Stephanie Andrews

University of Toronto

Date Written: 2001

Abstract

The Cambodia Project: During 2000-2001, The Future Group launched its inaugural project in Southeast Asia to address child sex slavery and trafficking. For nearly one-hundred days, a deployment team of four worked with local organizations in Cambodia to implement new ideas to help the children affected by this crisis of international proportions.

Initially, The Future Group had planned to work to implement five projects in Cambodia. After just three weeks, the deployment team was significantly ahead of schedule and began to actively identify new areas to pursue. Critical areas of need at local centres were addressed and projects that increased the scope of advancing new ideas were completed.

The following areas were addressed: Building Coalitions; Prevention Education; Responsible Tourism; Recovery Centre; Reintegration; Grassroots Skills Training; Regional Expansion of Operations; Policy Development; International Campaign; and Action Research.

Keywords: Southeast Asia, Human Trafficking, Child Sex Slavery, Cambodia

Suggested Citation

Perrin, Benjamin and Majumdar, Shuvaloy and Gafuik, Nicholas and Andrews, Stephanie, The Future of Southeast Asia: Challenges of Child Sex Slavery and Trafficking in Cambodia (2001). Benjamin Perrin, Shuvaloy Majumdar, Nicholas Gafuik and Stephanie Andrews, THE FUTURE OF SOUTHEAST ASIA: CHALLENGES OF CHILD SEX SLAVERY AND TRAFFICKING IN CAMBODIA, Motorola Printers, 2001, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1957413

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Shuvaloy Majumdar

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Nicholas Gafuik

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Stephanie Andrews

University of Toronto ( email )

Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G8
Canada

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