The Pros And Cons Of Child Molestation

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Children across many countries are being used as sex slaves and they are being abuse by their own families, or persons who see the chance to victimize them in such ways for their personal gains. Child sexual abuse, are also called “child molestation”, in which it is used by an adults, their own family members, family friends or other juvenile, that uses a child for sexual stimulation. There are laws that are there to help prevent this from happening. International, regional and local legislation are which relate to this type of crimes. Laws are implemented and we can compare and contrast them to see what preventative measures can be used to help bring persons to justice when they break these laws of their countries. There are …show more content…

Articles 34 and 35 of the CRC involve states or countries to protect children from all forms of sexual exploitation and sexual abuse.
Over 195 countries in have ratified the Convention on child abuse and sex crime since 2004, and include every member of the United Nations except for the United States and Sudan, that includes outlawing the pressure of child pornography, the prostitution of children, the exploitation of children making pornography, prevent the abduction, sale, or trafficking of children except for the United States and Sudan
A child pornography has being used to abuses these children for sexual stimulation. It can be used to form the involvement or sexual assault of a child, and it can also be acknowledged as child sexual abuse. It involves images of the child and can be used to help promote child pornography. Children pornography is illegal and is censored in many countries throughout the in the world. There are Laws that govern as regarding child pornography, that are normally used or include sexual images which can involve prepubescents, pubescent or post-pubescent minors and computer-generated images which appears to involve …show more content…

Children throughout the world are deprived or refused access to the simple basic requirements, such as food, clean water, medical care, and shelter. They are often sexually exploited and economically exploited for another person’s achievement. There are various international organizations and groups that have been established in order to fight all of these methods of child maltreatment, prevent abuse, and to campaigned children's rights around the world.
The United Nations maintains a 'stop child abuse now' mentality, which drives this international organization to confront child maltreatment and advocate for children's rights. They have developed methods of collecting and analyzing data and information related to child abuse and neglect.
Some countries such as South Africa which their Amendment Act, 2007 was codified on the laws of sexual offences, in which chapter 3 deals with the sexual offences against children, these are criminalizes as: acts of sexual penetration with a child (statutory rape) other sexual acts with a child (statutory sexual assault) exploitation of children in

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