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UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, 3 June 2005.
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[49] The Committee welcomes the ratification by the State Party of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography, as well as the measures taken by the State Party to prevent and combat sexual abuse and exploitation of children. The Committee further welcomes the inclusive participation of Non-Governmental organizations in this process and the development of a National Plan against Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents (2001). The Committee also welcomes the direct initiatives in cooperation with hotels and the travel industry to combat sex tourism. However, the Committee remains concerned at the low level of coordination among institutions, the lack of assistance available for victims of sexual exploitation, as well as information received by the Committee whereby the number of children victims of sexual exploitation might be increasing, in particular among street children.
Costa Rica toughens sexual exploitation laws.
Reuters, July 19, 2007.
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Costa Rica toughened its laws against sexual exploitation of children on Wednesday, banning possession of child pornography and extending the statute of limitations for sex crimes against minors.
The reformed laws ban possession of child pornography for the first time and make sex with children under 13 punishable by up to 16 years in prison.
Police say efforts to crack down on child prostitution has driven it underground into the control of criminal organizations.
Five Years After Stockholm [PDF]
ECPAT: Fifth Report on implementation of the Agenda for Action.
ECPAT International, November 2001.
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[B] COUNTRY UPDATES – COSTA RICA – In terms of protection, there has been an increase in the number of pimps prosecuted. However concern has been expressed that no exploiters have been prosecuted. A training manual has been published by ILO/IPEC and UNICEF that teaches the police how to deal with cases involving CSEC. The manual is being used in capacity building workshops for the police. A capacity building workshop has been carried out for officials of the judiciary. Three workshops about reporting on CSEC have also been run for members of the press.
Tamar Hahn, Mother Jones, Oct. 10, 2000.
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Every evening at 6 p.m. she walks out into the streets of San Jose , Costa Rica ‘s capital, wearing an impossibly short miniskirt, high heels, and a tight shirt. She offers oral sex for $15 and what she calls "complete sex" for $50. Meet Liliana, 11 years old, and already part of Costa Rica ‘s fast-growing work force: child prostitutes.
Sordid Child Sex Trade Booms in Costa Rica.
Glenn Garvin, Toronto Star, 04/29/2000.
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Both kids dissolved in giggles. Then the older one looks up, her face solemn. ”Thirty dollars for my little sister, 15 for me," she says. Meet Stephanie, 12, and Ivette, 13, two members of a fast-growing Costa Rican work force: child prostitutes. The girls say they’ve been working as prostitutes for a year, since they were 11 and 12. Even then, they weren’t the youngest on the corner. That would be 9-year-old Iliana, who left home after being repeatedly sexually molested by an uncle.
Country Report – Costa Rica.
iAbolish , The American Anti-Slavery Group.
At one time this article had been archived and may possibly still be accessible [here]
[accessed 5 May 2011]
A VICTIM’S STORY – In 1999, several underage Costa Rican girls testified to being lured to a party by Boston physician Arthur Kanev and Oklahoma City dog trainer Joe Baker. The girls, aged 11 to 16, were each bribed with $40 only to later be drugged, raped, and have over 300 nude photographs taken of them. Both Baker and Kanev were arrested only to post bail soon after. Today they are free, still in possession of child pornography (which is legal in Costa Rica) and regularly visited by underage girls at a house in Costa Rica.
The girls abused by Baker and Kanev are certainly not alone. Costa Rica hosts the fastest-growing network of sexual exploitation and trafficking of children and the largest number of child prostitutes in Central America.
UNICEF Works To Eradicate Child Sexual Exploitation.
The Washington Times – : Costa Rica 2002.
At one time this article had been archived and may possibly still be accessible [here]
[accessed 5 May 2011]
The studies revealed that there are three types of factors that cause children to become involved in sexual commercial exploitation: the environment of sexual commerce; the family context; and their life histories, which make the children vulnerable to mistreatment and victimization.
In regards to the environment, the presence of domestic abusers as well as foreign tourists leads to three major types of intermediaries: bar and hotels owners, taxi drivers, and pimps. It is important to educate people so as not to judge girls too quickly, based on their appearance, as prostitutes. According to Ms. Alfaro, this attitude and its side effects are important aspects in the process.

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