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Open Borders? Comparative Study of the Potential Impact of the ASEAN Economic Community on Child Migration and Trafficking
The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) was established in 2015 to transform ASEAN into “a region with free movement of goods, services, investment, skilled labour, and freer flow of capital.” Many...
Destination Unknown Advocacy Statement to the ACERWC
Joint advocacy statement by Terre des Hommes Netherlands, Terre des Hommes Germany and Terre Des Hommes International Federation, under the Destination Campaign, presented to the African Committee...
Private sector position paper
This paper explores different opportunities for Terre des Hommes Netherlands (TdH NL) to cooperate with the private sector and forms guidance for our strategy 2016-2020.
Down to Zero Annual Report 2016
This report describes the results of the first 6 months (July-December 2016) implementation of the Down to Zero programme, after the successful completion of the inception period in the first half...
Theory of change
As we define it, a Theory of Change describes the main building blocks required to bring about a given long-term goal. Our goal is a world in which children are no longer exploited. Our Theory of...
Children of the webcam
In November 2013, Terre des Hommes Netherlands published its report ‘Fullscreen on View’ on the phenomenon of online child sexual exploitation in the Philippines. This 2016 report provides updated...
Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Asia
In Asia, the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) is a pervasive problem, increasing in severity and scale. Download the PDF for more details on how Terre des Hommes Netherlands'...
Fighting Worst Forms of Child Labour in Asia
Approximately 41 million child labourers aged 5-14 years old live in Asian countries where Terre des Hommes Netherlands is working. Download the PDF for more details.
Ending Child Trafficking and Unsafe Migration in Asia
In Asia, migration can be unsafe for children as they become vulnerable to voilence, abuse and exploitation both during their journey and at their new destination. Download the PDF for more details.
Baseline research report: The impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Child Vulnerability in Mtwara region, Tanzania
As part of our Creating New Futures 2014 - 2016 programme to strengthen local formal and informal child protection systems, Terre des Hommes Netherlands has engaged the National Institute for...