It has long been known that there is a wide disparity between the levels of child sexual abuse that occur in countries in the West and those in the East, where the laws have largely been upheld.
A new report, released by Child Protection International, offers a more detailed look at which countries have the highest rates of child rape and abuse.
“Child sexual abuse is often perpetrated against children in countries with stronger laws on child sexual assault, or against young children under the age of 13, where it is less likely to be punished,” the report reads.
“The rate of abuse against children and adolescents in countries where there are no laws against child sexual exploitation is also high.”
It cites India as an example.
In 2016, the country’s top court upheld the conviction of a 19-year-old Indian man on charges of rape and other crimes against children.
His conviction, and subsequent sentence, came amid an intense international outcry over the conviction and imprisonment of a British man for rape and child abuse in India.
“India is a place that allows impunity for child sexual violence, and this impunity is only increasing,” said John Gannon, the executive director of Child Protection.
“It is no coincidence that India has one of the highest child sexual assaults in the world.
The problem is not just the lack of laws, but that the laws are not enforced and the people are not held accountable for their actions.”
In a statement, Child Protection also noted that the United States and Canada are among the worst offenders when it comes to reporting and prosecuting child sex crimes.
“Many of the most serious crimes in the United State are committed by U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents,” the group said.
“In Canada, there are some laws in place that can help protect children from sexual abuse, but there are far too many loopholes that allow abuse to go unchecked and the justice system is too often not doing its job.”
The Child Protection report looked at child sexual crimes committed by both genders, but the report also noted the “gender disparity” in cases of child assault.
The report found that in countries such as the United Kingdom, the highest proportion of cases of rape were committed by men against boys.
In India, the figure was the opposite, with just over half of child sex offenses against girls being committed by women.
“As child sexual predators become more powerful and entrenched in society, the perpetrators of child violence are more likely to target women,” the study said.
In a separate report, the Child Protection Institute said that “the vast majority of child predators are men” and that “only a tiny fraction of men are prosecuted.”
“The vast majority are convicted,” the organization said.
Child Protection said the report highlighted the “huge disparity in laws and enforcement.”
The report also highlighted a lack of reporting by countries where child abuse is prevalent.
For example, India has only one child protection department, while countries in Africa and South Asia have at least 10.
In Canada, the Justice Ministry has no national child abuse and exploitation unit.
Child protection and child sexual-abuse groups are calling on governments in other countries to make changes, including making it a criminal offence to solicit sexual activity between minors and a minor without the consent of the minor.
The organizations are also urging the World Health Organization and United Nations to set up a child-protection unit.
The Child Prevention Initiative is an international campaign that aims to prevent child abuse.
The initiative includes a series of programs, including a global campaign called #StopChildSexualAbuse.
In the United Arab Emirates, where there is no formal law against child abuse, Child Protective International’s report notes that the UAE is one of only a handful of countries in which a person is not prosecuted for the sexual abuse of a child.
“This is not a surprise,” Gannon said.
“[The UAE] is a country that allows people to engage in sexual activity with minors without any repercussions.
In the report, Child Prevention International also called on the U.N. to set aside the Convention Against Torture and to “make it clear that sexual abuse against a child is a human rights violation and cannot be prosecuted in any country.” “
We don’t know if there is anything that can be done to change it.”
In the report, Child Prevention International also called on the U.N. to set aside the Convention Against Torture and to “make it clear that sexual abuse against a child is a human rights violation and cannot be prosecuted in any country.”
The U.K. has passed a law to introduce the Child Abuse and Sexual Exploitation Act, which was passed by the Parliament on Jan. 1.
The act, which has yet to be signed into law, will go into effect in 2020.
In addition to the United Nations, the United Nation’s Committee Against Tortured and Repressed (CATREP), has recommended that the U