logging in or signing up Storylines for Child Sex Tourism Flemel Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 978 Category: News & Reports.. License: All Rights Reserved Like it (3) Dislike it (0) Added: August 11, 2007 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Storylines for Child Sex Tourism: Storylines for Child Sex Tourism Slide2: Investigate the sexual abuse and exploitation of children, and the taboos that surround them. Is your government providing sufficient resources to match its reported commitment to the UN? Are the resources where they should be? Where is the demand for sex with children coming from? What are the causes? Who is facilitating it? Slide3: Are prosecution and protection measures adequate? What are the cultural forces at work that might encourage or allow the abuse of children to occur? For example, are children able to say no to adults? How big a problem is corruption in dealing with complaints of child sexual abuse and how does the corruption manifest? Slide4: Are there any programs to prevent sexual exploitation of children and how adequate are they? Are employers providing adequate protection for child workers? How are police, social workers, teachers and health staff trained to deal with them? Slide5: How is confidentiality, protection, support and counselling arranged? Is it an offence to produce, disseminate or possess child pornography? Investigate the efficacy of measures to prevent child abuse and prostitution and protect children from pornography, telephone ‘sex lines’, and Internet porn. Slide6: Report on the legal procedures which are initiated by such complaints. Do child witnesses get protection and support; are they treated as criminals, or harmed by the investigation process? Give children a chance to tell the public how they have been affected and how they feel. Slide7: Investigate your governments’ priorities or programs to deal with child abuse and exploitation. Report on the work of NGOs. Boys are often forgotten in reporting on exploitation – see how they fit into government policies etc. Slide8: Investigate recruitment into trafficking. Is it evident in your community? What are the primary sources of children and what issues does it raise? Who are the people running the trade? Slide9: CHECKLIST Is your story accurate? Has its ‘shock value’ been exaggerated — even if it exposes criminal activity or official neglect? Have you portrayed the abused or exploited child as a victim, a criminal, or a human being with rights and dignity? Slide10: Have you portrayed the abused or exploited child as a victim, a criminal, or a human being with rights and dignity? Was it possible and appropriate to give the child space to speak for itself? Slide11: Have you revealed the identity of an abused child in words or pictures or provided clues which could identify the child. Does your story supply information on how to gain access to vulnerable children? Did the children agree to be photographed? Was a responsible adult present? Slide12: Do the images used appear to sexualise children, or give the impression that a child is a willing participant in abuse or exploitation? What arrangements have been made to ensure that improper use cannot be made of the children's images? Have you ensured that your story does not glamorise the idea of ‘sex tourism’, pornography, or any other form of child exploitation? Slide13: Have you made sure that it will not appear in the context of material promoting sexual services? What is the likely impact of publication on the children involved? Have support systems been set up to protect them? Slide14: Is there a confidential help-line to deal with responses for people wishing to report other examples of abuse or exploitation? What support is there for reporters adversely affected by covering such stories? You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.