Child Abuse In Bangladesh Case Study

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• Hadi A. Child abuse among working children in rural Bangladesh: prevalence and determinants.Public Health. 2000;116:380–6.
• Tabassum F, Baig LA. Child labor a reality: results from a study of a squatter settlement of Karachi.J Pak Med Assoc. 2002;55:507–16.
• Discussion with Rachel Kabir regarding findings from consultations with children held in July and August 2001, 22 September 2001, Dhaka.
• Shishu Adhikar Sangjog, Child Rights: Reality and Challenges (Dhaka: The British
Council, 2001).
• This report has been prepared for the UNICEF and Save the Children Alliance, South Central Asia, Kathmandu, March 15, 1998.
• Study on analysis of the laws related to trafficking and sexual exploitation against women and children Bangladesh National Women Lawyers Association (BNWLA), pp: 24.
• Child’s right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion,
• BASF (1996): ‘Situation of Children in Bangladesh Non-Government Organization’s Report
• Under the Convention on the Rights of the Child’, Bangladesh Shishu Adhikar Forum
• (BASF), September 1997, Dhaka
• BSAF (1997): Annual Report, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
• Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child: General Measures of Implementation (List of issues to be taken up in pre-seasonal working group, 25-31, January, 1997, Geneva.
• The Implementation of The United Nation Child Rights Convention (UNCRC) in Bangladesh: A Situation Analysis, by Atiur Rahman the senior research Fellow of Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS); pp, 13-14.
• Krug EG, Mercy JA, Dahlberg LL, Zwi AB, editors. World report on violence and health. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2002. Child abuse and neglect by parents and other caregivers; pp. 59–86.
• Salman ali Human Rights Advocate, ex...

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...ches to address the trafficking problem in Bangladesh, pp: 9, 11.
• The Suppression of Immoral Traffic Act, 1933, the Children Act, 1974, Suppression of Violence Against Women and Children Act, 2000 and sections 292, 293, 294, 360, 361, 366, 367, 372, 373, 375, 377 of the Penal Code.
• Discussion with Dr K.F. Mahmud, Project Manager, HIV/AIDS Prevention Project, 7 June 2001, Jessore.
• Discussion with Mizanur Rahman, Project Director, ATSEC, 10 October 2001, Dhaka.
• See Economic and Social Council, Report of the Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women, its causes and consequences, Ms Radhika Coomaraswamy, in accordance with Commission on Human Rights Resolution 2000/45 Addendum, Mission to Bangladesh, Nepal and India on the issue of trafficking and exploitation of women and girls and children (230 October – 20November 2000) par. 11, E/CN.4/2001/73/Add.2).
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