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The Department of Labor’s 2004 Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor.
U.S. Dept of Labor Bureau of International Labor Affairs, 2005.
[accessed 19 December 2010]
INCIDENCE AND NATURE OF CHILD LABOR – It is estimated that about 30 percent of sex workers in Bucharest are under 18 years of age. There are indications that Romanian teenage boys and girls are involved in the sex trade in the countries of Western Europe . Romania is a country of origin and transit for internationally trafficked women and girls from Moldova, Ukraine, and other parts of the former Soviet Union to Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro, Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania, Austria, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Italy, France, Germany, Hungary, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Portugal, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, and Cambodia for the purpose of sexual exploitation.
Human Rights Reports » 2005 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices.
U.S. Dept of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, March 8, 2006.
[accessed 19 December 2010]
CHILDREN – Trafficking in girls for the purpose of sexual exploitation was a problem. There also were isolated cases of children involved in prostitution for survival without third party involvement.
Concluding Observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC)
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, 31 January 2003.
[accessed 19 December 2010]
[58] The Committee notes the establishment in 2001 of a national Task Force on Trafficking, the adoption of a national plan of action on trafficking, as well as the increased efforts of the State party to cooperate in regional programs to prevent trafficking and assist victims. Nevertheless, the Committee is concerned that Romania continues to be a country of origin, of transit and, to a lesser extent, of destination for trafficked children, as also noted by CEDAW, in June 2000 (A/55/38, paras. 308-309).
New Center in Romania to Aid Missing and Exploited Children.
Alexandria , Virginia — Distributed by PR Newswire on behalf of International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children.
[accessed 19 December 2010]
v The number of missing children reported missing in Romania has steadily increased from 244 in 2003, to 660 in 2004, to 750 in 2005.
v There are an estimated 100,000 homeless children throughout Eastern Europe, including 2,000 in Romania. Child trafficking and child prostitution are problems in Romania and represent a large threat throughout Eastern Europe. Homeless or "street" children are frequent victims. An estimated 5 percent of the homeless children in Romania are forced into child prostitution.
v An estimated 30% of sex workers in Bucharest are under 18 years of age. Romania, and in particular Bucharest, is one of the key travel destinations in Europe for child sex offenders.
v Romania is a country of origin and transit for women and girls who are internationally trafficked from Moldova, Ukraine, and other parts of the former Soviet Union to Asia, the Middle East and Europe.
Child Prostitution Flourish in Bulgaria , Romania.
Sofia News Agency, March 5, 2007.
[accessed 13 July 2011]
Child prostitution in Bulgaria and Romania is on the rise, according to a research, published by UNICEF.
Ana Maria Smadeanu and Michael Bird, The Diplomat, 03 Oct 2006.
[accessed 19 December 2010]
After working with street children in both Australia and Romania , Matei was approached in 1998 by police in Pitesti who asked if she could help with some girls between 14 and 17 forced to work as prostitutes.
She asked the local authorities for help. "But they did not understand what I meant by children forced into prostitution," says Matei . "No one wanted to work with them. The orphanages did not want the girls because they thought they would set a bad example to the other kids."
Five Years After Stockholm [PDF]
ECPAT: Fifth Report on implementation of the Agenda for Action.
ECPAT International, November 2001.
[accessed 13 September 2011]
[B] COUNTRY UPDATES – ROMANIA – Salvati Copiii has carried out a series of workshops aimed at preventing CSEC. Representatives of governmental and non-governmental institutions attended the workshops. This organisation has also given lectures in schools on sexuality and self-defense strategies for children facing potential sexual abuse. IOM has embarked on an information campaign against trafficking and a research project on CSEC in Romania.
Report by Special Rapporteur [DOC]
UN Economic and Social Council Commission on Human Rights, Fifty-ninth session, 6 January 2003.
[accessed 13 July 2011]
[62] A National Plan of Action against sexual abuse and exploitation of children is awaiting approval before Government and legislation covering sexual abuse of children is being reconsidered. Some stipulations of the Penal Code have been modified and the punishments for involving children in sexual acts or producing pornographic materials have been substantially increased. These changes have resulted from an increase in the number of reported cases, as well as pressure from NGOs which have developed various prevention and intervention programs for eliminating sexual abuse and exploitation but which, without an adequate legislative framework, were not efficient.

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