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    Refugee children in French camps forced into sex to pay Channel traffickers: Up to 500 unaccompanied youngsters being exposed to violence on a daily basis

    The UN has warned traffickers are demanding sex from refugee children

    A shocking study said some youngsters are forced into 'debt bondage'

    There are 500 unaccompanied minors currently living in seven slum camps

    The cost of crossing the Channel has increased to up to £5,500 a person

    By LARISA BROWN FOR THE DAILY MAIL
    PUBLISHED: 23:36 GMT, 15 June 2016 | UPDATED: 23:42 GMT, 15 June 2016


    Child refugees stuck in camps in northern France are being forced to have sex with traffickers in return for the promise of passage to Britain, a UN report warns today.

    The harrowing study found that 500 unaccompanied minors are being exposed to violence on a daily basis in seven slums by the coast of the English Channel as they wait to come to the UK.

    Research commissioned by Unicef found they have suffered from sexual exploitation, violence, rape and forced prostitution in return for travel – described as ‘debt bondage’.



    Children in the Jungle in Calais are at risk of being sexually abused by traffickers, the UN has warned


    The price of crossing the Channel has increased to between £4,000 and £5,500 a person

    The Neither Safe Nor Sound report, published today, also said it was feared that attempts by children to cross the English Channel by boat and escape will only increase in the summer months.

    It stated: ‘Threats to their safety are incessant, and the children don’t benefit from protection mechanisms. This is truly a children’s crisis in Europe.’

    David Cameron last month said Britain would take in some lone child refugees in a dramatic U-turn after a campaign by charities, Labour peer Alf Dubs and the Daily Mail.

    Just 30 unaccompanied children at the Calais camp have so far been brought to the UK, even though there are around 157 who have a right to come to Britain.

    Last night Unicef said that despite Mr Cameron’s pledges, the children’s cases were ‘moving far too slowly’.

    Deputy executive director Lily Caprani said: ‘The longer these children have to wait, the more desperate they may become and the more likely they are to risk their lives fleeing the appalling conditions of the camps to reach their families.’

    Researchers interviewed 60 children between the ages of 11 to 17, from Afghanistan, Syria, Egypt, Iraq, and other countries.



    Campaigners fear that children living in the camps are at additional risk from predators

    They had been living in the camps and slums in France along the coast of the English Channel between January and April 2016. The study found many of the children were trapped in the camps despite having family waiting for them in Britain.

    The cost of crossing the Channel has soared to between £4,000 and £5,500 per person.

    As a result of the cost and increased security presence, children have been ‘pushed into the hands of traffickers or forced to take significant risks in order to pass without paying,’ the report said.

    This March, there were 500 unaccompanied children living across the seven sites, and around 2,000 had passed through them since June last year.

    Some had been living there for over a year. ‘By staying in these camps longer, children are subjected to more and more dangers,’ the report said.

    The main fears expressed by the children were the violence displayed by the police, civilian militias and traffickers, as well as sexual assault committed against both girls and boys.

    Interviews with Ethiopian, Eritrean and Kurdish women revealed how there were practices involving the exchange of sexual services for the promise of passage to the UK. The report said this form of coercion resembled ‘debt bondage’.

    Refugee children in French camps forced into sex to pay Channel traffickers | Daily Mail Online




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    They are illegal invaders - return them to their countries and stop being enablers with your shanty town camps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by artist View Post
    They are illegal invaders - return them to their countries and stop being enablers with your shanty town camps.
    I guess they have to keep silence otherwise bad things might happen again and the prisons are already full how to jail in remain for months illegals like in the old days when there was not the organize invasion

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    Stop this human trafficking and stop the invasion of OUR countries! The UN, Obama and Merkel is responsible for this massive problem and the crimes associated with their FAILED policies.

    Send them all back, put them in a Safe Zone on THEIR soil. Give them supplies, no money, to build their own village. Many have skills, let them set up schools and shops. They ALL had money to pay smugglers. Put in a temporary Government. No one goes in or out unless vetted with fingerprint and ID's. It's a big sandbox. Put them to work! Not roaming our streets destroying our countries.

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