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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 30 January 2011]
INCIDENCE AND NATURE OF CHILD LABOR – Children are involved in commercial sexual exploitation in Colombia . Commercial sexual exploitation of children is found especially in urban centers and in areas where there are large numbers of men who are separated from families due to work. Children are involved in commercial sexual exploitation either on the streets or in private establishments such as bars, brothels, or massage parlors, and tend to range in age from 13 to 17 years. Colombia is a source and transit country for girls trafficked for 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 30 January 2011]
SECTION 6 WORKER RIGHTS – [d] Although there were no reports of forced child labor in the formal economy, several thousand children were forced to serve as paramilitary or guerrilla combatants, prosti tutes, or coca pickers.
Concluding Observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC)
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, 6 October 2000.
[accessed 30 January 2011]
[67] While noting with appreciation the revisions to the State party’s Penal Code and the establishment of a national plan of action to combat and prevent the sexual exploitation of children, the Committee remains concerned at the insufficient awareness among the population of these issues.
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 – COLOMBIA – The National Plan of Action against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Colombia (Plan de Acciуn en favor de los Derechos de la Infancia Explotada Sexualmente y contra la Explotaciуn Sexual Infantil ) is not being implemented. According to the ICBF, which had main responsibility for the plan, it has been developed in an isolated manner and according to the competencies of each institution involved. As a consequence, the ICBF says it has not been possible to measure its impact. The Inter-institutional Committee to fight the trafficking of women, girls and boys is putting into practice a plan for the prevention and protection of victims and to stop the trafficking of persons.
Combating Child Prostitution in Colombia.
Garry Leech, Colombia Journal, April 29, 2002 — Origininal Source: Colombia Report, an online journal published by the Information Network of the Americas INOTA.
[accessed 2 May 2011]
Many parents send their children out into the streets to help support the family by stealing, selling chewing gum and cigarettes, or worse, selling themselves. It is estimated that there are 35,000 children working as prostitutes in Colombia with between 5,000 and 10,000 of them on the streets of Bogotб.
Soaring Child Prostitution In Colombia.
BBC News World Service, 27 January, 2001.
[accessed 2 May 2011]
Clients were often middle-aged foreigners who paid the child-prostitutes around six US dollars. Victims were often addicted to drugs and were as young as nine years old.
BBC News, 13 December, 2001.
[accessed 2 May 2011]
The mayor of Bogata has imposed a nighttime curfew on minors to clamp down on child prostitution and reduce crime rates in the Colombian capital. Children under the age of 16 on the streets after 11pm will be arrested.
Government Is Combatting the Culture of Violence in Colombia , Delegation Says.
Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC), 25th session, Press Release, 27 September 2000.
[accessed 2 May 2011]
The culture of violence which prevailed in Colombia had created a feeling of fear and resignation among the population that understood that impunity was the order of the day. The violence had led to child prostitution and child gangs which added to the worsening situation of violence. There were 20,000 street children and each day at least 7 children were killed. The expert asked about the policies and measures put in place to combat effectively the culture of violence.
Ashoka Fellow Profile – Stella Cбrdenas Ovalle.
This profile was prepared when Stella Cбrdenas Ovalle was elected to the Ashoka Fellowship in 2001.
[accessed 2 May 2011]
[accessed 4 November 2016]
THE PROBLEM – A series of factors put children at risk for sexual exploitation in Colombia and leave them unprotected. The war and drug trade have altered family structures that in ordinary times would have provided safety and nurture. The war has also caused the displacement of countless families, some of whose children have been soldiers in the war. Displaced children are particularly vulnerable to being prostituted, even more so in the declining economy.
Colombia Launches Crackdown On Child Prostitution.
Reuters, 26 September 1998.
[accessed 2 May 2011]
Twenty-nine adults were arrested in the swoop and Trujillo told reporters police had "rescued" 370 child prostitutes, aged between 12 and 16. "They were being forced to prostitute themselves," Trujillo said. Police sources said many of the minors had been held in virtual "slave-like conditions" and subjected to a whole catalogue of abuse.

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