For children, their rights and equitable development


Child Labour Report 2017

The 2017 edition of Terre des Hommes Child Labour Report talks about how climate change is pushing children in the Global South into ever more dangerous forms of child labour and exploitation.

Read the full report here

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 information on trends and the changing nature of sexual exploitation online.

Child Labour Report 2016

Because we Struggle to Survive: in 2016, Terre des Hommes Child Labour report identified how the devastating living conditions in Syria pushed many children in the country into several forms of labour, including the worst forms.


Child Labour Report 2015

Slavery on fishing vessels, debt bondage, human trafficking and child labour: read the alarming findings of our Child labour Report 2015 on how the Thai shrimp industry is exploiting migrant children.

Child Labour Report 2014

At 12 years old, a slave: around 150 billion U.S. dollars of additional profits are generated each year resulting from the forced labour of children and adults. Two thirds of this figure is earned from sexual exploitation alone.

Read the full 2014 Child Labour Report here.


Webcam child sex tourism

Becoming Sweetie: a novel approach to stopping the global rise of Webcam Child Sex Tourism

Report by Terre des Hommes Netherlands, November 2013, 113 pages.


Beyond a Snapshot

Learning lessons from the Terre des Hommes International Campaign against Child Trafficking (2001-2011)


Kids Abroad: ignore them, abuse them or protect them

Lessons on how to protect children on the move from being exploited

A Terre des Hommes Publication


Which Protection for Children involved in mobility in West Africa ?

Project of joint regional study on the mobility of children and youths in West Africa.





Adoption: at what cost?

For an ethical responsibility of receiving countries in intercountry adoption

A Terre des Hommes Publication


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