Government Action Plans

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Government Action Plans Government of Thailand's Plan of Action To Prevent, Protect, Prosecute and Reintegrate (1997-2006) National Policy To Combat Human Trafficking The national policy states that: 1. There must be a total elimination of entry into the commercial sex by children, both boys and girls, who are under 18 years of age; 2. Prohibition of luring, threats, exploitation and acts of violence in the operation of the commercial sex business; 3. Imposition of punishment to all persons who take part in the prostitution of children and punishment for officials negligent in, or choosing to ignore, their duty to enforce compliance with relevant policies, law, rules and regulations. Prevention Government of Thailand believes that preventative measures are more effective than any other types of measures. The government is employing several strategies to prevent induction, coercion, or trafficking of human beings into the sex industry. These include: 1) ensure that every child has access to 9 years of quality basic education, and children
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course HEALTH PHA taught by Professor Lennyazzarello during the Fall '09 term at CUNY Kingsborough.

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