ECPAT International

ECPAT’s 103 members in 93 countries have one common mission: to eliminate the sexual exploitation of children

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Welcome to ECPAT

ECPAT is an expanding network of local civil society organisations and coalitions with one common goal – to end the sexual exploitation of children around the world.

ECPAT conducts cutting-edge research to build the collective understanding of what it will take to end the sexual exploitation of children. Together with our members and partners, we coordinate evidence-based advocacy at all levels to strengthen national justice and protection systems and increase investment in the fight against sexual exploitation of children.

At the heart of all our work are the voices of children, reflected across our research agenda, programmes and campaigns.

INTERPOL honours ECPAT for fighting child sexual exploitation

15.00 (CET), 17 November 2017, Lyon, FRANCE – ECPAT has been presented with a prestigious award by the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) at a ceremony held in Lyon, France today.

 

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Global Survivors’ Forum

On November 18 2016 ECPAT International convened the first ever global forum for adult survivors of childhood sexual exploitation. The landmark Global Survivors’ Forum provided a platform and gave a stronger voice to survivors from…

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Ally’s Story – Solidarity for Survival

In times of adversity, realising we are not alone can be a truly empowering and inspiring thing; and the mere knowledge that there are others who share in our suffering is often quite liberating. It…

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Speak Out: The Sexual Exploitation of Children by Tourists and Travellers

The sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism has dramatically expanded across the globe. Survivors speak out in this video and ask all of us a question: as our world becomes smaller through increased travel and internet access, how can we help protect children from this horrific abuse by travellers and tourists?

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Speak Out: Sexual Exploitation of Children Online

An estimated 72% children exploited online are under the age of ten, and 7% are infants. They have no voice, but we do, it is time to speak up.

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