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International law ~ One-hundred-forty nations (excluding United States & Somalia) are signatories to the 'United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child'. This international treaty defines a set of protections which signatories agree to provide for the children of their respective countries. Articles 34 and 35 require that signatories protect their nations' children from all forms of sexual exploitation and sexual abuse. This includes outlawing the coercion of a child to perform sexual activity, the prostitution of children, and the exploitation of children in creating pornography. Signatories also agree to prevent abduction, sale, or trafficking of children. ~ from Wikipedia

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South Africa ~ In 1995, South Africa ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and committed to a range of obligations aimed at establishing and protecting the rights of children. The Child Care Act, (74 of 1983) and the Child Care Amendment Act, (86 of 1991; 13 of 1999) make sexual abuse of children a criminal offense. ~ from Wikipedia

United Kingdom ~ The United Kingdom rewrote its criminal code in the Sexual Offences Act of 2003. This act includes definitions and penalties for child sexual abuse offenses, and applies to England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, & Wales. ~ from Wikipedia