Reducing Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Abuse and Coercion
Key Element of Youth Reproductive Health Policy
Young people are too often the victims of egregious human rights abuses. Those abuses that cause poor reproductive health outcomes include:
- Trafficking of young people
- sexual abuse and coercion
- domestic and family violence
For a more in-depth discussion of this key element, see the fact sheets.
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons. U.S Department of State web site.
International Organisation for Migration. This section of the IOM's web site describes its counter-trafficking activities, which include aid to governments to improve legal systems for combating trafficking.
USAID Anti-Trafficking Activities.
Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women. Visit the web site of this network that brings together over 200 members working against trafficking.