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ECPAT New Zealand was formed in 1993. Its earlier focus on public
awareness-raising on CSEC issues, law reform and advocacy has expanded to include Internet safety initiatives and research and community education on child protection, child prostitution, child pornography and child sex tourism. Through legal submissions, media releases, interviews and public debate, ECPAT NZ has ensured that CSEC issues are addressed in law reform in the context of prostitution and child pornography.
A number of research papers by ECPAT NZ have been published, including papers on the involvement and victimisation of children in commercial sexual activity. ECPAT NZ works within an Auckland network on the prevention of child prostitution, involving practitioners, social services, police, local councils and youth advocates. The network provides opportunities for the exchange of information, collaboration and joint action.
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