The committee identified the following priority areas for immediate examination in addition to emphasizing the importance of addressing the needs of vulnerable youth
growth of evidence-based avoidance strategies;
recognition of danger and factors that are protective
development and assessment of short- and long-lasting intervention needs and strategies;
gender- and ethnic-responsive distribution of solutions (including health that is physical psychological state, appropriate, housing, and education) and help to difficult-to-reach populations;
comprehensive, multisector approaches; and
demand as well as its decrease.
As described in Chapters 1 and 3, scientists and professionals must start thinking about every one of the surroundings and facets which have an effect on minors at an increased risk for and people that are victims/survivors of commercial intimate exploitation and sex trafficking. The social-ecological approach (described at length in Chapter 3) supplies a framework for considering opportunities for avoidance and intervention at every level ( e.g., individual, relationship, community, societal). In addition, research will have to be specially responsive to problems of sex and ethnicity since minors at an increased risk for and afflicted with commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking include both kids and originate from a wide selection of backgrounds.
The committee suggests that one attention be paid to understanding and developing interventions to deal with understood danger facets, such as for instance kid punishment, intimate punishment, and separation associated with kid or adolescent through the house, including homelessness, which can be related to victimization through commercial intimate exploitation and intercourse trafficking.