Alice Binazzi Daniel


Is anthropologist and an expert in child rights and in child protection issues. Currently, she is an independent researcher and consultant. She recently collaborated to local projects for girl’s empowerment in Africa. Her peculiar areas of expertise are the Caribbean and Latin America contexts. She conducted ethnographic field researches in the Dominican Republic, where she also lived for several years, deepening the qualitative analysis of exploitation phenomena of marginalized children and adolescents. She served for about ten years in UNICEF IRC, Florence, in different child rights areas, projects and units, among which: the Director’s Office; Understanding Children’s Work ILO/UNICEF/World Bank Interagency Project; Child Friendly Cities Initiative International Secretariat. She assisted in UNICEF IRC Child Protection research activities, to part of the preparation and follow up of the III World Congress against Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents (Rio de Janeiro, 2008). She holds a Master Degree in Local Human Devel-opment, Culture of Peace and International Cooperation, and an Advanced Degree in Sciences of Education, at the University of Florence, Italy. She also studied children’s participation (Diploma of Universidad San Marco, Lima, Perù 2007). Her most recent publications are:La Convención sobre los Derechos del Niño, su Protocolo Facultativo OPSC y el marco legal para la prevención y la protección contra el creciente fenómeno transnacional de la explotación sexual de niños, niñas y adolescentes, in: Reflexiones y Avatares para la infancia en el siglo XXI, libro virtual, IFEJANT Lima, Perù, May 2011 http://www.ifejant.org.pe/;Children in the Dominican Republic: Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism. An Anthropological Perspective, Re-source Centre on Child Rights and Child Protection, Save the Children Sweden, Stockholm, March 2011,http://resourcecentre.savethechildren.se/content/library/documents/sexual-exploitation-children-and-adolescents-travel-and-tourism-dominican-
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