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ECPAT/STOP Japan ECPAT/STOP Japan was founded in 1992 and lobbies for new
ECPAT/STOP Japan was founded in 1992 and lobbies for new and amended legislation to combat the commercial sexual exploitation of children. ECPAT/STOP Japan also conducts advocacy activities for child safety on the Internet. Additionally, ECPAT/STOP works to ensure the implementation of the Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism in Japan. ECPAT/STOP Japan translated the Code into Japanese, developed a Code Project training manual and video and conducts training seminars for signatory companies.
ECPAT/ Kansai Japan was established in 1992. The organisation works towards the elimination of commercial sexual exploitation of children in cooperation with the ECPAT network, other related organisations and concerned individuals within and outside of Japan. ECPAT/Kansai Japan has been a national counterpart for the implementation of an ESCAP project on the Elimination of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth in Asia and the Pacific. This project includes a public awareness raising campaign and capacity building for personnel providing care to children. ECPAT/ Kansai Japan is responsible for collecting information about child sexual abuse and good practices with regard to prevention and treatment and strengthening the network against child sexual abuse.
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