KINERJA ECPAT (END CHILD PROSTITUTION, CHILD PORNOGRAPHY AND TRAFFICKING OF CHILDREN FOR SEXUAL PURPOSES) DALAM MENANGANI PERDAGANGAN SEKS ANAK DI KAMBOJA

Bidara, Palupi Mandaratri (2017) KINERJA ECPAT (END CHILD PROSTITUTION, CHILD PORNOGRAPHY AND TRAFFICKING OF CHILDREN FOR SEXUAL PURPOSES) DALAM MENANGANI PERDAGANGAN SEKS ANAK DI KAMBOJA. Undergraduate thesis, Faculty of Social and Political Science.

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Abstract

This research aims to find out the factors that influence ECPAT’s performance in dealing with child sex trafficking issues in Cambodia. Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in Asia and child sex industry is a growing business in Cambodia. Cambodia is well-known as one of the destinations for child sex tourist from Asia and Western countries. Cambodia’s popularity as a child sex tourism destination can be linked by several factors such as, historical, cultural, poverty, corruption and weak law enforcement factors. Although prohibited by law, the child sex industry is still rampant across Cambodia, especially in tourist attractions. To address this issue, Cambodia government take actions by cooperating with ECPAT, which is a non-governmental organization whose focus is to eliminate Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. However, the number of trafficked children to fulfill demand of sex tourism industry are still growing. This problem will be analyzed by using liberalism perspective, concept of international organization and organizational performance. The research method is descriptive which used to describing the child sex trafficking issues which is aimed to fulfill demand of Cambodia’s sex tourism industry. The result of this research shows that child sex trafficking in Cambodia is still growing despite the efforts of Cambodian Government and ECPAT, because of external factors that hinder ECPAT’s performance, which is the growing corruption in Cambodia. It causes ECPAT’s efforts to combat child sex trafficking in Cambodia cannot work effectively.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:J Political Science > JZ International relations
Divisions:Faculty of Social and Political Sciences > Department of International Relations
ID Code:58116
Deposited By:Perpustakaan Fisip
Deposited On:27 Nov 2017 14:11
Last Modified:27 Nov 2017 14:11

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