Bibliography

There are numerous resources available that address the issues of human trafficking, modern-day slavery and sexual exploitation. This list is not meant to be comprehensive, but only a list of some of the resources that we have found useful (in whole or in part).

SELECTED BOOKS

Prostitution and Trafficking – Global

A Crime So Monstrous: Face-to-Face with Modern-Day Slavery, E. Benjamin Skinner & Richard Holbrooke (Free Press, 2008)

Beloved Child: Two Former Prostitutes Tell Their Story, Gerry Velema-Drent (Oogstpublicaties, 2002)

Casting Stones: Prostitution and Liberation in Asia and the United States, Rita Nakashima Brock & Susan Brooks Thistlethewaite (Fortress Press, 1996)

Disposable People: New Slavery in The Global Economy, Kevin Bales (University of California Press, 1999)

Escaping The Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power, Dawn Herzog Jewell (Monarch Books, 2008)

Fallen Angels: The Sex Workers of South Asia, John Frederick & Thomas L. Kelly (Roli Books, 2000)

For Money or Love: Boy Prostitution in America, Robin Lloyd (Vanguard Press, 1976)

Good News about Injustice, Gary A. Haugen & John Stott (InterVarsity Press, 1999)

Global Sex Workers: Rights, Resistance, and Redefinition, Kamala Kempadoo & Jo Doezema, eds. (Routledge, 1998)

Hands that Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors, Academic Edition, Beth Grant & Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds. (Life Publishers, 2007).

Hands that Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors, Community-Based Edition Part I, Beth Grant & Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds. (Life Publishers, 2007)

Hands that Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors, Community-Based Edition Part II, Beth Grant & Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds. (Life Publishers, 2007)

In Our Backyard: A Christian Perspective on Human Trafficking in the United States, Nita Belles (Free River, 2011)

Not For Sale: Feminists Resisting Prostitution and Pornography, Christine Stark & Rebecca Whisnant, eds. (Spinifex Press, 2004)

Not for Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade – and How We Can Fight It, David Batstone (HarperOne, 2007)

One Lady at a Time: The Story of the Walter Hoving Home, John Benton (John Benton Books, 1992)

Out of Bondage, Linda Lovelace (Lytle Stuart Inc., 1986)

Passport through Darkness: A True Story of Danger and Second Chances, Kimberly L. Smith & Randy Alcorn (David C Cook, 2011)

Prostitution, Trafficking, and Traumatic Stress, Melissa Farley, ed. (The Haworth Press, Inc., 2003)

Sex Slaves: The Trafficking of Women in Asia, Louise Brown (Virago 2000)

Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery, Siddharth Kara (Columbia University Press, 2009)

Sex Trafficking: The Global Market in Women and Children, Kathryn Farr (Worth Publishers, 2005)

Sold, Patricia McCormick (Hyperion, 2006)

Terrify No More: Young Girls Help Captive and the Daring Undercover Operation to Win Their Freedom, Gary A. Haugen & Gregg Hunter (W Publishing Group, 2005)

The Comfort Women: Sex Slaves of the Japanese Imperial Forces, George Hicks (Silkworm Books, 1995)

The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade, Victor Malarek (Arcade Publishing, 2003)

Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered: New Perspectives on Migration, Sex Work, and Human Rights, Kamala Kempadoo, ed. (Paradigm Publishers, 2005)

Transitional Prostitution: Changing Global Patterns, Susanne Thorbek & Bandana Pattanaik (Zed Books, 2002)

Trophy of Grace, Bronwen Healy (PostHaste, 2004)

Wives, Mistresses & Matriarchs, Louise Williams (Phoenix Press, 1998)

Prostitution and Trafficking – Greater Mekong Subregion & Southeast Asia

Asia-Pacific Answers: Good Practices in Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth, Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) (1996)

Broken Glass: A Young Girl Named Ginger, Utara Norng (Northshire Bookstore, 2010)

Combatting Human Trafficking in Asia: A Resource Guide to International and Regional Legal Instruments, Political Commitments and Recommended Practices, United Nations (2003)

Coordinated Mekong Ministerial Initiative against Trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region: Senior Officials and Ministerial Meetings, COMMIT: Coordinated Mekong Ministerial Initiative Against Trafficking (2004)

Cross-Border Sexuality in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region, The Southeast Asian Consortium on Gender, Sexuality and Health (2006)

Laws and Trafficking in Person in Cambodia, Cambodian Defenders Project

Living on the Edges: Cross-Border Mobility and Sexual Exploitation in the Greater Southeast Asia Sub-Region, The Southeast Asian Consortium on Gender, Sexuality and Health (2006)

Needs Assessment on Cross-border Trafficking in Women and Children in the Mekong Sub-Region, The UN Working Group on Trafficking in the Mekong Sub-region (1998)

Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth in Lao People’s Democratic Republic, United Nations (2000)

Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth in The Greater Mekong Sub-region, United Nations (2000)

Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth in Viet Nam, United Nations (2000)

Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth in Yunnan Province, China, United Nations (2000)

Sold for Silver, Janet Lim (Monsoon, 2004)

The Butterfly Longitudinal Research Project, Glenn Miles & Siobhan Miles (Chab Dai Coalition, 2010)

The Sex Sector: The Economic and Social Bases of Prostitution in Southeast Asia, Lin Lean Lim, ed. (International Labour Organization, 1998)

The Road of Lost Innocence: The True Story of a Cambodian Heroine Who Fled Sexual Slavery and Now Devotes Her life to Rescuing Others, Somanly Mam (Virago, 2007)

Trafficking in Women, Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) (1999)

Trafficking in Women and Children, SEAFILD/CIDA and UNICEF (1999)

Training Manual for Combating Trafficking in Women and Children, UN Inter Agency Project on Combating Trafficking in Women and Children in the Mekong Sub-Region (2001)

Prostitution and Trafficking – Thailand

Bangkok Boy: The Story of a Stolen Childhood, Chai Pinit (Maverick House, 2008)

Child Prostitution and Trafficking Prevention Project in Northern Thailand: Phase II of the ECPAT Taksvarkki Prevention Project, Foundation to End Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Thailand Child Prostitution Prevention Project, Phase II (2000-2003)

Child Prostitution in Thailand: Listening to Rahab, Siroj Sorajjakool (The Haworth Press, 2003)

From Beggar to Butterfly, Peter Jaggs (Bangkok Book House, 2006)

Lady of Isan, Michael Schemmann (ThaiSunset, 2004)

Lady of Pattaya, Michael Schemmann (ThaiSunset, 2005)

Love in The Land of Smiles: Prostitution in Thailand, Christopher Robinson & Emmanuel Perve

Miss Bangkok: Memoirs of a Thai Prostitute, Bua Boonmee & Nicola Pierce (Maverick House, 2007)

Modern Babylon: Prostituting Children in Thailand, Heather Montgomery (Berghahn Books, 2001)

My Name Lon You Like Me?, Derek Sharron (Bangkok Book House, 2005)

Night Market: Sexual Cultures and the Thai Economic Miracle, Ryan Bishop & Lillian S. Robinson (Routledge, 1998)

On Their Own: A Story of Street Children in Thailand, Colin C. Bell (Bangkok Book House, 2008)

Owed Justice: Thai Women Trafficked into Debt Bondage in Japan, Human Rights Watch (Human Rights Watch 2000)

Patpong Sisters: An American Woman’s View of the Bangkok Sex world, Cleo Odzer (Arcade Publishing, 1994)

Sex and Borders: Gender, National Identity, and Prostitution Policy in Thailand, Leslie Ann Jeffrey (Silkworm Books, 2002)

Sex in the Village: Culture, Religion and HIV/AIDS in Thailand, Patchanee Malikhao (Southbound, 2012)

Thai Tourism: Hill Tribes, Islands and Open-ended Prostitution, Erik Cohen (White Lotus Press, 2001)

The Diary of Bua Geow: Girl of Chiang Mai, J C Shaw (Craftsmen Press, 1993)

The Intimate Economies of Bangkok, Ara Wilson (University of California Press, 2004)

The Migration of Thai Women to Germany, Supang Chantavanish (ARCM, 2001)

The Night Bastard, Colin Cotterill (Nai Suk’s Editions, 2000)

The Traffic in Women: Human Realities of the International Sex Trade, Siriporn Skrobanek, Nattaya Boonpakdi & Chutima Janthakeero (Zeld Books Ltd., 1997)

Travels in the Skin Trade: Tourism and the Sex Industry, Jeremy Seabrook (Pluto Press, 1996)

Prostitution and Trafficking – Children

A Safe World for Children: Ending Abuse, Violence and Exploitation, Melanie Gow, ed. (World Vision, 2001)

Asia-Pacific Answers: Good Practices in Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth, United Nations ESCAP (2001)

Asia-Pacific Answers: Good Practices in Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth, Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) (1996)

Bangkok Boy: The Story of a Stolen Childhood, Chai Pinit (Maverick House, 2008)

Broken Glass: A Young Girl Named Ginger, Utara Norng (Northshire Bookstore, 2010)

Child Prostitution and Trafficking Prevention Project in Northern Thailand: Phase II of the ECPAT Taksvarkki Prevention Project, Foundation to End Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Thailand Child Prostitution Prevention Project, Phase II (2000-2003)

Child Prostitution in Thailand: Listening to Rahab, Siroj Sorajjakool (The Haworth Press, 2003)

Children on the Edge: Protecting Children from Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking in East Asia and the Pacific, UNICEF (no date)

Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific: Good Practices in Combating Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth in Asia, United Nations ESCAP (2001)

From Beggar to Butterfly, Peter Jaggs (Bangkok Book House, 2006)

Global Report: International Dimensions of the Sexual Exploitation of Children, International Bureau for Children’s Rights (no date, c. 1999)

Implementation of the Agenda for Action Against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, ECPAT (2001-2002)

Modern Babylon: Prostituting Children in Thailand, Heather Montgomery (Berghahn Books, 2001)

My Name Lon You Like Me?, Derek Sharron (Bangkok Book House, 2005)

National Plan of Action Against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, Regeringskansliet (2001)

On the Fragile Feet of Children, Eric D. Frans (Hope for the Nations, 2003)

On Their Own: A Story of Street Children in Thailand, Colin C. Bell (Bangkok Book House, 2008)

Only 13: The True Story of Lon, Julia Manzanares & Derek Kent (Bamboo Sinfonia Publications, 2006)

Profiting from Abuse: An Investigation into the Sexual Exploitation of Our Children, UNICEF (2001)

Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth in Lao People’s Democratic Republic, United Nations (2000)

Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth in The Greater Mekong Sub-region, United Nations (2000)

Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth in Viet Nam, United Nations (2000)

Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth in Yunnan Province, China, United Nations (2000)

Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal, Phyllis Kilbourn & Marjorie McDermid, eds. (MARC Publications, 1998)

Sold for Silver, Janet Lim (Monsoon, 2004)

The Diary of Bua Geow: Girl of Chiang Mai, J C Shaw (Craftsmen Press, 1993)

The Night Bastard, Colin Cotterill (Nai Suk’s Editions, 2000)

The Road of Lost Innocence: The True Story of a Cambodian Heroin Who Fled Sexual Slavery and Now Devotes Her Life to Rescuing Others, Somanly Mam (Virago, 2007)

The Sexual Exploitation of Children, Judith Ennew (St. Martins Press, 1998)

Toolkit for Implementing and Monitoring the East Asia and Pacific Regional Commitment and Action Plan against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC), United Nations ESCAP (2006)

Trafficking in Women and Children, SEAFILD/CIDA and UNICEF (1999)

Trafficking of Children: The Problem and Responses Worldwide, Panudda Boonpala and June Kane (International Labour Organization, 2001)

Training Manual for Combating Trafficking in Women and Children, UN Inter Agency Project on Combating Trafficking in Women and Children in the Mekong Sub-Region (2001)

Unbearable to the Human Heart: Child Trafficking and Action to Eliminate It, International Labour Office (2002)

Modern-Day Slavery

A Crime So Monstrous: Face-to-Face with Modern-Day Slavery, E. Benjamin Skinner & Richard Holbrooke (Free Press, 2008)

Disposable People: New Slavery in The Global Economy, Kevin Bales (University of California Press, 1999)

Ending Slavery: How We Free Today’s Slaves, Kevin Bales (University of California Press, 2007)

Escape From Slavery, Francis Bok & Edward Tivan (St. Martins Press, 2003)

Forgotten Girls: Stories of Hope and Courage, Kay Marshall Strom & Michele Rickett (InterVarsity Press, 2009)

Good News about Injustice, Gary A. Haugen & John Stott (InterVarsity Press, 1999)

Not for Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade – and How We Can Fight It, David Batstone (HarperOne, 2007)

Passport through Darkness: A True Story of Danger and Second Chances, Kimberly L. Smith & Randy Alcorn (David C Cook, 2011)

Restavec: From Haitian Slave Child to Middle-Class American, Jean-Robert Cadet (University of Texas Press, 2005)

Slave: The True Story of a Girl’s Lost Childhood and Her Fight for Survival, Mende Nazer & Damien Lewis (Virago Press, 2004)

Understanding Global Slavery, Kevin Bales (University of California Press, 2005)

PARTIAL READING LIST FROM MD544 MINISTRY TO TRAFFICKED AND SEXUALLY EXPLOITED CHILDREN (FULLER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY)

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Generally

Thompson, Lisa (2007) “Introduction to the Global Issue of Human Trafficking.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 27-57.

Thompson, Lisa (2007) “Key Dynamics of Prostitution and Commercial Sexual Exploitation.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 67-74.

Crawford, Christa Foster and Mark Crawford (2005) “Human Trafficking: Children and the Sex Trade.” Fuller Theology News & Notes Fall 2005: 17-19.

Crawford, Christa Foster (2012) “Called to Respond.” In So You Want to Rescue Child Sex Slaves? What You Need to Know Before You Begin. Smashwords.

Crawford, Christa Foster (2012) “Understanding the Problem.” In So You Want to Rescue Child Sex Slaves? What You Need to Know Before You Begin. Smashwords.

Bales, Kevin (2005) “Human Trafficking: A Worldwide Concern.”  Chapter 7 in Understanding Global Slavery: A Reader. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, p. 126-153.

Miles, Glenn and Paul Stephenson (2000) “What is Sexual Abuse and Exploitation?” Children at Risk Guidelines: Volume 4: Children and Sexual Abuse and Exploitation. Tearfund, p. 7-10. http://tilz.tearfund.org/webdocs/Tilz/Topics/SexENG_full doc(1).pdf

ECPAT (2006) “Fact Sheet Session 2: Background Information on Trafficking in Children for Sexual Purposes.” In Combating the Trafficking in Children for Sexual Purposes: A Training Guide. Amsterdam, Bangkok: ECPAT Europe Law Enforcement Group, p. 40-44. http://www.ecpat.net/eng/pdf/Trafficking_Report.pdf

ECPAT  (2006) “Fact Sheet Session 4: Children at Risk of Trafficking (Indicators)” In Combating the Trafficking in Children for Sexual Purposes: A Training Guide. Amsterdam, Bangkok: ECPAT Europe Law Enforcement Group, p. 55-57. http://www.ecpat.net/eng/pdf/Trafficking_Report.pdf

UNICEF (2001) Trafficking in Children for Sexual Purposes. A contribution of UNICEF to the 2nd World Congress against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, Yokohama, Japan, 17-20 December 2001 (NGO working paper), p. 1-17.

Ives, Nicole (2001) “Background Paper for the North American Regional Consultation on the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children” for University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work, p. 1-27. Available at Asha Forum Resource CD 2 (Online Version) http://www.asha.viva.org/resources/intro/Background_and_Definitions_of_Child_Sexual_Exploitation.pdf

Jewell, Dawn Herzog (2008) “Chapter 5: Modern-day Slavery: Sex Trafficking.” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 55-64.

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation – Who Are the Victims

Belles, Nita (2011) “What’s Love Got to Do with It? (Excerpt: “Easy Pickings”)” In In Our Backyard: A Christian Perspective on Human Trafficking in the United States. Free River.

NCMEC (2010) “Testimony Of Ernie Allen, President & CEO, National Center For Missing & Exploited Children For The Victims’ Rights Caucus, Human Trafficking Caucus U.S. House Of Representatives July 19, 2010” http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/NewsEventServlet?LanguageCountry=en_US&PageId=4312

NCMEC (2010) “Statement Of Ernie Allen, President & CEO, The National Center For Missing & Exploited Children, For The Congressional Human Trafficking Caucus ‘Child Sex Trafficking In America’ February 18, 2010” http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/NewsEventServlet?LanguageCountry=en_US&PageId=4219

NCMEC (2010) “Written Testimony Of Ernie Allen President & Chief Executive Officer, National Center For Missing & Exploited Children For The U.S. House Of Representatives Subcommittee On Crime, Terrorism And Homeland Security Committee On The Judiciary On ‘Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking’ Washington, Dc September 15, 2010” http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/NewsEventServlet?LanguageCountry=en_US&PageId=4339

NCMEC (2011) “Remarks of Ernie Allen, President & CEO, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Congressional Briefing on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking, Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) Regarding the Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Deterrence and Victims Support Act, March 16, 2011” http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/NewsEventServlet?LanguageCountry=en_US&PageId=4522

Shared Hope International (2009) The National Report on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: America’s Prostituted Children, p. 4-15 http://sharedhope.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/SHI_National_Report_on_DMST_2009.pdf

Love 146 (no date) “United States Child Trafficking Facts” http://www.examiner.com/article/child-trafficking-the-united-states-10-facts

Jewell, Dawn Herzog (2008) “Chapter 4: Men in Prostitution.” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 49-54.

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Trafficking Cycle

Save the Children  (2001) “Trafficking in Women and Children: Some Background Information.” In Training Manual for Combating Trafficking in Women and Children, Yangon, Myanmar: UNIAP, p. 7-24. http://www.un.or.th/TraffickingProject/trafficking_manual.pdf

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Recruitment Process and Control Tactics

Stark, Christine and Carol Hodgson 2003“Similar Techniques of Control Used by Batters and Pimps.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 21-23.  Co- published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 21-23.

Farley, Melissa, ed. 2003 “Prostitution and Trafficking in Women: An Intimate Relationship.” Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. xi-xxii.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): xvii-xxviii.

Jewell, Dawn Herzog (2008) “Chapter 5: Modern-day Slavery: Sex Trafficking.” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 55-64.

Belles, Nita (2011) “Why Victims Stay.” In In Our Backyard: A Christian Perspective on Human Trafficking in the United States. Free River.

Belles, Nita (2011) “What’s Love Got to Do with It? Absolutely Nothing!” In In Our Backyard: A Christian Perspective on Human Trafficking in the United States. Free River.

Thompson, Lisa (2007) “Strategies of Coercion.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 44-47.

Malarek, Victor 2003 “Smugglers’ Prey.” The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade.  New York: Arcade Publishing, Inc., p. 9-28.

Brown, Louise 2000 “The Agents.” Sex Slaves: The Trafficking of Women in Asia. London: Virago Press, p. 61-96.

Ennew, Judith 1986 “Sex Tourism and Traffic.” In The Sexual Exploitation of Children. New York: St. Martin’s Press, Inc. p. 112-115.

International Labour Office 2001 “Child Trafficking: From Definition to Response” and “The Trafficking of Children and the Worst Forms of Child Labour.” In Trafficking of Children: The Problem and Responses Worldwide, Geneva, Switzerland: International Labour Office, p. 3-24. http://www.ilo.org/public/english/standards/ipec/publ/childtraf/trafficking.pdf

Batstone, David 2007 “Sheltering the Lost Children: Peru”. In Not For Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade – and How We Can Fight It, New York: HarperCollins, p. 199-224.

Batstone, David 2007 “Americans Trafficking Other Americans”. In Not For Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade – and How We Can Fight It, New York: HarperCollins, p. 257-260.

Shared Hope International (2009) “Chapter 4: Recruitment and Pimp Control.” The National Report on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: America’s Prostituted Children, p. 4-15 http://sharedhope.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/SHI_National_Report_on_DMST_2009.pdf

Shared Hope International (2009) “Identification of Victims and Trauma Bonds.” The National Report on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: America’s Prostituted Children, p. 4-15 http://sharedhope.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/SHI_National_Report_on_DMST_2009.pdf

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Causes Generally

Miles, Glenn and Paul Stephenson  2000 “What Leads to Children Being Sexually Exploited?” Children at Risk Guidelines: Volume 4: Children and Sexual Abuse and Exploitation. Tearfund, p. 12-13. http://tilz.tearfund.org/webdocs/Tilz/Topics/SexENG_full doc(1).pdf

Brown, Louise 2000           “The Commodity.” Sex Slaves: The Trafficking of Women in Asia. London: Virago Press, p. 29-60. (32 pages)

Kaime-Atterhog, Wanjiku 1998 “Causes of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid , Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 15-26.

McDermid, Marjorie 1996 “Sexually Exploited Children.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis, ed. Children in Crisis: A New Commitment.  Monrovia, CA: Marc Publications, p. 34-39.

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Supply-Side Causes

Crawford, Christa Foster (2012) “Considering the Causes.” In So You Want to Rescue Child Sex Slaves? What You Need to Know Before You Begin. Smashwords.

Thompson, Lisa (2007) “Key Dynamics of Prostitution and Commercial Sexual Exploitation.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 78-86.

Jewell, Dawn Herzog (2008) “Chapter 3: Cycles of Abuse and ‘Sex Tourism.’” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 41-45.

Shared Hope International (2009) “Chapter 3: Vulnerability.” The National Report on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: America’s Prostituted Children, p. 4-15 http://sharedhope.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/SHI_National_Report_on_DMST_2009.pdf

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Demand-Side Causes

Malarek, Victor 2003 “Click of a Mouse.” The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade.  New York: Arcade Publishing, Inc., p. 73-97.

Brown, Louise  2000 “The Customers.” Sex Slaves: The Trafficking of Women in Asia. London: Virago Press, p. 126-155.

Boyle, Renita 1998 “Perpetrators, Policy and Protection.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 27-51.

Save the Children 2004 “The Client Goes Unnoticed: The Client, the Greatest Sexual Exploiter of Children.” Save the Children Sweden, p. 1-103. http://resourcecentre.savethechildren.se/content/library/documents/client-goes-unnoticed

Jewell, Dawn Herzog (2008) “Sexualization of American Culture.” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 65-71.

Jewell, Dawn Herzog (2008) “Online Porn and Sex Addiction [Portions].” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 75-77.

Bales, Kevin 2005 “Understanding Demand behind Human Trafficking”  Chapter 8 in Understanding Global Slavery: A Reader. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, p. 154-171.

Shared Hope International (2009) “Chapter 2: The Business of Domestic Minor SEx Trafficking.” The National Report on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: America’s Prostituted Children, p. 4-15 http://sharedhope.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/SHI_National_Report_on_DMST_2009.pdf

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Slavery 

Slavery in the 21st Century, Part 1 2009 Free the Slaves Website http://www.freetheslaves.net/ p. 1-4.

Bales, Kevin 1999 “The New Slavery.”  Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, p. 1-33.

Bales, Kevin 2005 “No One Shall Be Held in Slavery or Servitude: A Critical Analysis of International Slavery Agreements.”  Chapter 3 in Understanding Global Slavery: A Reader. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, p. 40-68.

Bales, Kevin 1999 “Mauritania: Old Times There are Not Forgotten.”  Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, p. 80-120.

UNICEF 2001 “What About Boys?” In Profiting from Abuse: An Investigation into the Sexual Exploitation of Our Children. New York: UNICEF, p. 11. http://www.unicef.org/publications/files/pub_profiting_en.pdf    

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Child Labor

Cadet, Jean-Robert 1998 Restavec: From Haitian Slave to Middle-Class American. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Batstone, David 2007 “Breaking the Chains of Bonded Laborers: South Asia”. In Not For Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade – and How We Can Fight It, New York: HarperCollins, p. 73-109.

Bales, Kevin 1999 “Pakistan: When Is a Slave Not a Slave?”  Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, p. 149-194.

Bales, Kevin 1999 “India: The Ploughman’s Lunch.”  Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, p. 195-23).

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – War Children and Child Brides

Batstone, David 2007 “Rescuing the Child Soldiers: Uganda”. In Not For Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade – and How We Can Fight It. New York: HarperCollins, p. 111-155.

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – CSEC: Prostitution

Mam, Somaly 2007 The Road of Lost Innocence. London, UK: Virago.

Montgomery, Heather 2001 “Introduction.” In Modern Babylon? Prostituting Children in Thailand. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, p. 1-19.

Montgomery, Heather 2001 “The Child Prostitutes of Baan Nua.” In Modern Babylon? Prostituting Children in Thailand. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, p. 69-88.

Montgomery, Heather 2001 “Struggles and Contradictions.” In Modern Babylon? Prostituting Children in Thailand. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, p. 89-105.

Lim, Lin Lean 1998 “Child Prostitution.” In Lim, Lin Lean, ed. The Sex Sector: The Economic and Social Bases of Prostitution in Southeast Asia. Geneva: International Labour Office, p. 170-205.

Bales, Kevin 1999 “Thailand: Because She Looks Like a Child.”  Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, p. 34-79.

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – CSEC: Pornography

Simonton, Ann and Carol Smith 2004 “Who are Women in Pornography?: A Conversation.” In Stark, Christine and Rebecca Whisnant, eds. Not For Sale: Feminists Resisting Prostitution and Pornography. North Melbourne, Australia: Spinifex Press Pty Ltd., p. 352-361.

Ennew, Judith 1986 “Pornography.” In The Sexual Exploitation of Children. New York: St. Martin’s Press, Inc. p. 116-135.

ECPAT International 2001 Child Pornography. A Contribution of ECPAT International to the 2nd World Congress against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, Yokohama, Japan, 17-20 December 2001 (NGO working paper), p. 1-34.

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Case Studies

Velema-Drent, Gerry 2002 Beloved Child: Two Former Prostitutes Tell Their Stories. Amsterdam: Scarlet Cord Ministries.

Mam, Somaly 2007 The Road of Lost Innocence. London, UK: Virago.

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Scope of Problem: Generally

Miles, Glenn and Paul Stephenson 2000 “How Big a Problem is it?” Children at Risk Guidelines: Volume 4: Children and Sexual Abuse and Exploitation. Tearfund, p. 12. Available from http://tilz.tearfund.org/webdocs/Tilz/Topics/SexENG_full%20doc(1).pdf

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Scope of Problem: US

Belles, Nita 2011 In Our Backyard: A Christian Perspective on Human Trafficking in the United States Free River.

Short, Sherry Lee 2004 “Making Hay While the Sun Shines: The Dynamics of Rural Strip Clubs in the American Upper Midwest, and the Community Response.” In Stark, Christine and Rebecca Whisnant, eds. Not For Sale: Feminists Resisting Prostitution and Pornography. North Melbourne, Australia: Spinifex Press Pty Ltd., p. 306-330.

Estes, Richard J. and Neil Alan Weiner 2001 “The Commercial Exploitation of Children in the U.S., Canada and Mexico: Executive Summary of the U.S. National Study.” University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work, Center for the Study of Youth Policy. September 19, 2001, revised February 20, 2002. http://www.sp2.upenn.edu/~restes/CSEC_Files/Exec_Sum_020220.pdf

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Scope of Problem: Europe

Malarek, Victor 2003 “Introduction: The Fourth Wave.” The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade.  New York: Arcade Publishing, Inc., p. 1-7.

Introduction to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Scope of Problem: Asia

Brown, Louise 2000 “The Market.” Sex Slaves: The Trafficking of Women in Asia. London: Virago Press, p. 1-28.

Lim, Lin Lean 1998 “The Economic and Social Bases of Prostitution in Southeast Asia.” In Lim, Lin Lean, ed. The Sex Sector: The Economic and Social Bases of Prostitution in Southeast Asia. Geneva: International Labour Office, p. 1-28.

UNICEF No date Children on the Edge: Protecting Children from Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking in Asia and the Pacific. Bangkok: UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office, all pages.  http://www.unicef.org/vietnam/childse.pdf   

Effects of Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Generally

Crawford, Christa 2008 “Impact of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation on Child Development with Respect to Sexually Exploited Children in Thailand.” Unpublished manuscript, p. 1-18.

ECPAT 2006 “Fact Sheet Session 4: Consequences of Trafficking” In Combating the Trafficking in Children for Sexual Purposes: A Training Guide. Amsterdam, Bangkok: ECPAT Europe Law Enforcement Group, p. 57-60. http://www.ecpat.net/eng/pdf/Trafficking_Report.pdf

Green, Patricia 1998 “Impact of Sexual Exploitation on Children.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid , Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 52-62.

Miles, Glenn and Paul Stephenson 2000 “What are the Consequences of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation?” Children at Risk Guidelines: Volume 4: Children and Sexual Abuse and Exploitation. Tearfund, p. 13. http://tilz.tearfund.org/webdocs/Tilz/Topics/SexENG_full doc(1).pdf

Willis, Brian, et al. 2007 “Understanding the Physical Needs of Survivors.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 147-78.

Miles, Glenn and Taina Gallagher. 2007 “Gender and Trafficking.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 118-24.

Farley, Melissa, et al. 2003 “Prostitution and Trafficking in Nine Countries: An Update on Violence and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 33-66.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 33-66.

Effects of Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Psychological/Emotional Effects

Farley, Melissa, ed. 2003 “Preface: Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress.” Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. xi-xxii.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): xvii-xxviii.

Thompson, Lisa (2007) “Understanding the Psychological Needs of Survivors (Excerpts).” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 183-188, 200-212.

Herman, Judith Lewis 2003 “Introduction: Hidden in Plain Sight: Clinical Observations on Prostitution.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 1-13.  Co- published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 1-13.

Kramer, Lisa A.2003 “Emotional Experiences of Performing Prostitution.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 187-197.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 187-197.

Ross, Colin A., Melissa Farley & Harvey L. Schwartz 2003 “Dissociation Among Women in Prostitution.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 199-212.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 199-212.

Leidholdt, Dorchen A. 2003 “Prostitution and Violence against Women.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 172-175.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 172-175.

Freed, Wendy 2003 “From Duty to Despair: Brothel Prostitution in Cambodia.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 133-145.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 133-145.

Siegel, Daniel 1999 The Developing Mind: How Relationships and the Brain Interact to Shape Who We Are. New York, NY: The Guilford Press, p. 67-120.

Siegel, Daniel and Marion Solomon, eds. 2003 “An Interpersonal Neurobiology of Psychotherapy: The Developing Mind and the Resolution of Trauma.” In Healing Trauma: Attachment, Mind, Body, and Brain. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., p. 1-56.

Siegel, Daniel and Marion Solomon, eds. 2003 “Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and the Nature of Trauma.” In Healing Trauma: Attachment, Mind, Body, and Brain. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., p. 168-195.

United Nations   2002 “Background Document on Health Effects of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation.”  In ESCAP HRD Course of Psychosocial and Medical Services for Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth. New York: United Nations, Module 3 p. 6-19. http://www.unescap.org/esid/hds/pubs/2208/M3.pdf

What the Bible Says about Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking

McDermid, Marjorie 1998 “Setting the Global Scene: A Sordid Picture.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 3-14.

Miles, Glenn and Paul Stephenson 2000 “What Does the Bible Say about Sexual Abuse of Children?” Children at Risk Guidelines: Volume 4: Children and Sexual Abuse and Exploitation. Tearfund, p. 11. http://tilz.tearfund.org/webdocs/Tilz/Topics/SexENG_full doc(1).pdf

Biblical Mandate to Respond

No author 2004 Christian Priorities for Children at Risk in Asia: Asia Cutting Edge Conference Summary Statement. Viva Network.

Martin, Sam 1996 “The Church and the World’s Children.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis, ed. Children in Crisis: A New Commitment.  Monrovia, CA: Marc Publications, p. 109-121.

Woods, Jennie and Sandra Levinson 1996 “It’s Time for Children Everywhere.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis, ed. Children in Crisis: A New Commitment.  Monrovia, CA: Marc Publications, p. 87-93.

Monsma, Timothy 1996 “Church Planting Among Children: Biblical Directives.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis, ed. Children in Crisis: A New Commitment.  Monrovia, CA: Marc Publications, p. 95-102.

History of Christian Responses

Thompson, Lisa 2006 “Fighting the Other Slave Trade: Women against Sexual Trafficking” Christian History and Biography, Issue 90 (Spring 2006), p. 43-45.

Thompson, Lisa 2005 “Harlots Redeemed” unpublished manuscript.

Current Faith Based Responses

Elliott, Mark R.2004 “Faith-Based Responses to Trafficking in Women from Eastern Europe” prepared for the Lilly Fellows Program National Research Conference “Christianity and Human Rights, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama, 13 November 2004. http://www.iast.net/documents/FaithBasedResponsestoTrafficking.pdf

O’Sullivan, Helene 2003 “Chapter for Religious Leaders (Draft)” prepared for UNICEF Handbook to Combat Trafficking in Children.  Manuscript circulated May 23, 2003. http://www.uscatholicmission.org/files/unicefhumtraf.pdf

Hertz, Todd 2002 “Opinion Roundup: Are Evangelicals the ‘New Internationalists?’” Christianity Today. Posted May 29, 2002.  http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2002/120/21.0.html

Zoba, Wendy Murray 2003 “The Hidden Slavery.” Christianity Today. November 2003, p. 68-74.

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Holistic Christian Response

Middleton, Joni 2007 “They Can Heal! A Holistic Approach to Aftercare for Survivors.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 129-144.

Palm, Melody, et al. 2007 “Understanding the Spiritual Needs of Survivors.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 217-36.

Jewell, Dawn Herzog 2008 “Chapter 8: Inside Brothels: Birds in a Cage – The Battle Between Kingdoms.” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 92-93.

Jewell, Dawn Herzog 2008 “Chapter 14: Celebrating the Little Things: Discipleship.” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 135-142.

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Commissioning

Batstone, David 2007 “The Abolitionist’s Vocation”. In Not For Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade – and How We Can Fight It, New York: HarperCollins, p. 273-83.

Jewell, Dawn Herzog 2008 “Chapter 18: Foundations for Ministry.” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 169-175.

Jewell, Dawn Herzog 2008 “Chapter 19: Investing Your Talents.” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 177-187.

Jewell, Dawn Herzog 2008  “Chapter 20: Building the Body.” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 189-193.

Jewell, Dawn Herzog 2008 “Chapter 21: Open Our Eyes.” Escaping the Devil’s Bedroom: Sex Trafficking, Global Prostitution, and the Gospel’s Transforming Power. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books, p. 195-199.

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Prevention and Protection

Bradshaw, Bruce 1998 “Empowering Communities to Enhance Survival Strategies.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 65-74.

Kilbourn, Phyllis 1998 “Intervention Issues and Models: Prevention and Rehabilitation.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 184-203.

NGO Group for the CRC 2001 Prevention, Protection and Recovery of Children from Commercial Sexual Exploitation. A contribution of the NGO Group for Convention on the Rights of the Child to the 2nd World Congress against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, Yokohama, Japan, 17-20 December 2001 (NGO working paper), p. 1-33.

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Policy and Advocacy

Haugen, Gary with Gregg Hunter 2005 “A Young Woman’s Voice Echoes on Capitol Hill”.  In Terrify No More. Nashville, TN: W Publishing Group, p. 99-108.

Wolfe, Leslie R. 2004 “Fighting the War Against Sexual Trafficking of Women and Girls.” In Stark, Christine and Rebecca Whisnant, eds. Not For Sale: Feminists Resisting Prostitution and Pornography. North Melbourne, Australia: Spinifex Press Pty Ltd., p. 419-426.

Bales, Kevin 1999 “What Can Be Done?” and “Coda: Five Things You Can Do to Stop Slavery.” Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, p. 232-264.

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Rescue

Malarek, Victor 2003 “Daring Souls.” The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade.  New York: Arcade Publishing, Inc., p. 99-117.

Bundellu, Joyce 1998 “Rescuing Children of Sex Workers.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 75-82.

Haugen, Gary with Gregg Hunter 2005 Terrify No More. Nashville, TN: W Publishing Group.  Chapters 1, 2, 4, 13, 14, 18, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 57, 58.

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Direct Care

Gray, Laurence 1998 “Technical Skills.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid , Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 281-296.

The Asha Forum No date  “Restorative Process” Resources from Asha Forum Resource CD 2 (Online Version).http://www.asha.viva.org/restorative.htm

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Emotional and Psychological Care (Practical Resources)

Friesen, James G. et al.1999 Living from the Heart Jesus Gave You. Pasadena, CA: Shepard’s House.

Talbot, Peffer, et al. 2007 “Understanding the Psychological Needs of Survivors.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 183-213.

Sweeney, Daniel 1998 “Counseling Sexually Exploited Children.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 109-128.

Noonan, Ann 1998 “Creating a Healing Environment for Sexually Exploited Adolescents.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 129-143.

Brewster, Dan 1998 “Spiritual Healing.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 144-160.

DeMeo, Janey L.1998 “Involving Families and the Church in the Healing Process.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 161-169.

Carter, Vednita 2003 “Providing Services to African American Prostituted Women.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 213-222.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 213-222.

Hedin, Ulla-Carin & Sven Axel Mansson 2003 “The Importance of Supportive Relationships Among Women Leaving Prostitution.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 223- 237.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 223-237.

Rabinovitch, Jannit 2003 “PEERS: The Prostitutes’ Empowerment, Education and Resource Society.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 239-253.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 239-253.

Hotaling, Norma, Autumn Burris, B. Julie Johnson, Yoshi M. Bird & Kristen A. Melbye 2003  “Been There Done That: SAGE, a Peer Leadership Model Among Prostitution Survivors.” In Farley, Melissa, ed. Prostitution, Trafficking and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, p. 255-265.  Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Trauma Practice 2(3/4): 255-265.

United Nations 2002 “Background Document on Assessment and Treatment.”  In ESCAP HRD Course of Psychosocial and Medical Services for Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth. New York: United Nations, Module 5  p. 23-75. http://www.unescap.org/esid/hds/pubs/2208/M5A.pdf

Downs, Perry 1996 “Interventions: A Holistic Approach.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis, ed. Children in Crisis: A New Commitment.  Monrovia, CA: Marc Publications, p. 189-203.

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Employment and Economic Development

Batstone, David 2007 “Annie Dieselberg – Designing a Future”. In Not For Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade – and How We Can Fight It, New York: HarperCollins, p. 35-36.

Batstone, David 2007 “Pierre Tami – Entrepreneurial Ventures”. In Not For Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade – and How We Can Fight It, New York: HarperCollins, p. 68-71.

Skinner, E. Benjamin 2008 “Epilogue.” In A Crime So Monstrous: Face-to-Face with Modern-Day Slavery.” New York: Free Press, p. 292-294.

Jewell, Dawn Herzog 2007 “Red Light Rescue: The ‘Business’ of Helping the Sexually Exploited Help Themselves.” Christianity Today. January 2007, p. 29-38.

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Ministry to the Family

Crawford, Christa Foster 2009 “Duty, Obligation and Prostitution: How Family Matters in Entry into and Exit from Prostitution in Thailand.” Unpublished Manuscript, p. 1-14.

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Ministry to the Community

UNICEF 2001 “A Village Network Fights Back” and ”Reaching the Community in Cambodia” In Profiting from Abuse: An Investigation into the Sexual Exploitation of Our Children. New York: UNICEF, p. 24-27. http://www.unicef.org/publications/files/pub_profiting_en.pdf

Unknown Author No Date Training at the Village-Level: Awareness Raising to Prevent Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation of Children in Cambodia, p. 1-13. Available at Asha Forum Resource CD 2 (Online Version). http://www.asha.viva.org/resources/advocacy/CCPCR_Cambodia_Village_Awareness.pdf

Free the Slaves No date    Freedom & Beyond: Background Notes on the “Freedom & Beyond” Documentary. http://www.freetheslaves.net/wp-content/uploads/2006/05/FABguide.pdf

Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking – Ministry to the Perpetrators

NGO Group for the CRC 001 The Sex Exploiter. A contribution of the NGO Group for Convention on the Rights of the Child to the 2nd World Congress against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, Yokohama, Japan, 17-20 December 2001 (NGO working paper), p. 1-32.

Role and Responses of Governments, INGOs and NGOs

UNICEF No date Children on the Edge: Protecting Children from Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking in Asia and the Pacific. Bangkok: UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office, p. 19-33. http://www.unicef.org/vietnam/childse.pdf

Role of Ministries and the Church

Abraham, Viju 1998 “Mobilizing the Church for Action.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid , Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 311-318.

Choi-Fitzpatrick, Austin 2006 “Free Indeed: The Modern Church’s Opportunity to End Slavery, Again.” Prism, p. 18-21. http://freetheslaves.net/wp-content/uploads/2006/04/Prism_- _Free_in_Deed_-_Final.pdf

Dougherty, Mary Ellen 2004 “The Role of Faith-based Organizations in the Fight Against Trafficking in Persons.” U.S. Embassy to the Holy See 20th Anniversary Conference A Call to Action: Joining the Fight Against Trafficking in Persons, p. 27-30. http://www.vatican.usembassy.gov/policy/topics/trafficking/trafficking.pdf

Skinner, E. Benjamin 2008 A Crime So Monstrous: Face-to-Face with Modern-Day Slavery. New York, New York: Free Press, p. 42-61.

Role of Missions

Brewster, Dan1996 “The 4/14 Window: Child Ministries and Mission Strategy.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis, ed. Children in Crisis: A New Commitment.  Monrovia, CA: Marc Publications, p. 125-140.

Strategic Planning

Viva Network No Date “Module 7: Development, Monitoring and Evaluation of Programs.” Celebrating Children Training. http://www.celebratingchildrentraining.info/module_7.php

Program Evaluation and Program Monitoring

Viva Network No Date “Module 7: Development, Monitoring and Evaluation of Programs.” Celebrating Children Training. http://www.celebratingchildrentraining.info/module_7.php 

Miles, Glenn and Paul Stephenson 2000 “The Reflective Question Tool” Children at Risk Guidelines: Volume 4: Children and Sexual Abuse and Exploitation. Tearfund, p. 63-69. http://tilz.tearfund.org/webdocs/Tilz/Topics/SexENG_full doc(1).pdf

Child Rights and Child Centered Approaches

Miles, Glenn and Paul Stephenson 2000 “Section 2: Framework for Good Practice.” Children at Risk Guidelines: Volume 4: Children and Sexual Abuse and Exploitation. Tearfund, p. 19-34. http://tilz.tearfund.org/webdocs/Tilz/Topics/SexENG_full doc(1).pdf

World Vision 2002 Protecting Children: A Biblical Perspective on Child Rights. Monrovia, California: World Vision International, p. 7-24. Available at Asha Forum Resource CD 2 (Online Version). http://www.asha.viva.org/resources/advocacy/Protecting_Children-Child_Rights_from_a_Biblical_Perspective.pdf

Miles, Glenn and Paul Stephenson 1999 Child Development Study Pack for People Working with Children. UK: Tearfund, p. 1-54. http://tilz.tearfund.org/webdocs/Tilz/Topics/ChilddevENG_full doc(1).pdf

Child Participation (including Practical Resources)

Linthicum, Robert C.1998 “Empowering Sexually Exploited Children to Help Themselves.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 170-183.

Stephenson, Paul, Steve Gourley and Glenn Miles  2004 Child Participation. UK: Tearfund, p. 1-53. http://tilz.tearfund.org/webdocs/Tilz/Roots/English/Child participation/Child_participation_E.pdf

Child Protection (including Practical Resources)

ECPAT 2006 “Fact Sheet Session 6: The Care and Protection of Trafficked Children” In Combating the Trafficking in Children for Sexual Purposes: A Training Guide. Amsterdam, Bangkok: ECPAT Europe Law Enforcement Group, p. 80-85. http://www.ecpat.net/eng/pdf/Trafficking_Report.pdf

ECPAT 2006 “Worksheet Session 6: 6B Scenarios and Options” In Combating the Trafficking in Children for Sexual Purposes: A Training Guide. Amsterdam, Bangkok: ECPAT Europe Law Enforcement Group, p. 73-79. http://www.ecpat.net/eng/pdf/Trafficking_Report.pdf

ECPAT 2006 “Fact Sheet Session 8: 8A Obtaining Evidence from a Child Trafficked Victim” In Combating the Trafficking in Children for Sexual Purposes: A Training Guide. Amsterdam, Bangkok: ECPAT Europe Law Enforcement Group, p. 102-107. http://www.ecpat.net/eng/pdf/Trafficking_Report.pdf

Kerr, Pam 1998 “Mobilizing to Protect Children from Sexual Abuse.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid, Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 267-278.

The Asha Forum No date  “Child Protection” Resources from Asha Forum Resource CD 2 (Online Version). http://www.asha.viva.org/protect.htm

Ethical Considerations

Engelsvold, Bethenee Grant. 2007 “Cultural Issues in Treating Trauma.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 259-276.

Networking

McDonald, Patrick & Emma Garrow 2000 Reaching Children in Need: What’s Being Done – What You Can Do.  Eastbourne, England: Kingsway Publications.

Funding and Grant Writing

The Asha Forum No date  “Funding Tools” Resources from Asha Forum Resource CD 2 (Online Version). http://www.asha.viva.org/funding.htm

Secondary PTS and Self-Care

Kilbourn, Phyllis 1998 “Compassionate Care for Caregivers.” In Kilbourn, Phyllis and Marjorie McDermid , Sexually Exploited Children: Working to Protect and Heal. Monrovia, California: MARC Publications, p. 297-307.

United Nations 2002 “Background Document on Compassionate Care for Caregivers.”  In ESCAP HRD Course of Psychosocial and Medical Services for Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth. New York: United Nations, Module 7 p. 11-24.

United Nations 2002 “Handout:Caring for the Caregiver.”  In ESCAP HRD Course of Psychosocial and Medical Services for Sexually Abused and Sexually Exploited Children and Youth. New York: United Nations, Module 7 p. 20-24.

Lile, Sherry, et al. 2007 “Counting the Cost: Caregiver Issues.” In Grant, Beth and Cindy Lopez Hudlin, eds., Hands That Heal: International Curriculum to Train Caregivers of Trafficking Survivors (Academic Edition). Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking, p. 291-318.

Stamm, B.H., ed. 1999 “Compassion Fatigue: Toward a New Understanding of the Costs of Caring.” In Secondary Traumatic Stress: Self-Care Issues for Clinicians, Researchers and Educators 2nd ed. Baltimore, Maryland: Sidran Institute Press, Chapter 1.

Stamm, B.H., ed.1999 “Secondary Exposure to Trauma and Self-Reported Distress Among Therapists.” In Secondary Traumatic Stress: Self-Care Issues for Clinicians, Researchers and Educators 2nd ed. Baltimore, Maryland: Sidran Institute Press, Chapter 2.

Stamm, B.H., ed. 1999 “The Risks of Treating Sexual Trauma: Stress and Secondary Trauma in Psychotherapists.” In Secondary Traumatic Stress: Self-Care Issues for Clinicians, Researchers and Educators 2nd ed. Baltimore, Maryland: Sidran Institute Press, Chapter 3.

Stamm, B.H., ed. 1999 “Self Care for Trauma Therapists: Ameliorating Vicarious Traumatization.” In Secondary Traumatic Stress: Self-Care Issues for Clinicians, Researchers and Educators 2nd ed. Baltimore, Maryland: Sidran Institute Press, Chapter 4.

Stamm, B.H., ed. 1999 “Painful Pedagogy: Teaching About Trauma in Academic and Training Settings” In Secondary Traumatic Stress: Self-Care Issues for Clinicians, Researchers and Educators 2nd ed. Baltimore, Maryland: Sidran Institute Press, Chapter 8.

Stamm, B.H., ed.1999 “Self Care and the Vulnerable Therapist” In Secondary Traumatic Stress: Self-Care Issues for Clinicians, Researchers and Educators 2nd ed. Baltimore, Maryland: Sidran Institute Press, Chapter 13.

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