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Not for Sale Campaign

ECPAT- (End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes – USA)

Stop the Traffik

Rescue and Restore Campaign

FAAST (Faith Alliance against Slavery and Trafficking)

IOM (International Organization for Migration)

Other Resources:

U.S. State Department 2009 Trafficking in Persons Report

Farley, Melissa, PhD and Howard Barkan, Dr PH. “Prostitution, Violence, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.” Women and Health Vol. 27(3) (1998): 37-49.

Farley, Melissa, Isin Baral, Merab Kiremire and Ufuk Sezgin. “Prostitution in Five Countries: Violence and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.” Feminism & Psychology Vol. 8(4) (1998): 405-426.

Hughes, Donna. “Would Legalizing Prostitution Curb the Trafficking of Women? No: Legalization Would Legitimize Abuse.” Transitions-Changes in Post-Communist Societies Vol. 5:1 (January 1998) Available at

Westwood, David. “Child Trafficking in Asia.” Child Rights & The UK: Promoting the Convention on the Rights of the Child World-Wide (World Vision Briefing Paper No. 4 November 1998).


Adams, Carol J. Violence Against Women and Children: A Christian Theological Sourcebook. New York: Continuum, 1998.

Bales, Kevin. Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999.

Batstone, David. Not for Sale. San Francisco: Harper, 2007.

Brock, Rita Nakashima and Susan Brooks Thistlewaite. Casting Stones: Prostitution and Liberation in Asia and the United States. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1996.

D’Cunha, Jean. The Legalization of Prostitution. Bangalore: Wordmakers, 1991.

Farley (Ed.), Melissa. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. New York: The Haworth Press, 2003.

Kilbourn, Phyllis, and Marjorie McDermid, ed. Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia: MARC, 1998.

Malarek,Victor. The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade. New York: Arcade, 2004.

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