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Children Not for Abuse has been affiliated with the ECPAT network since 2000. The main goals of the organidation is to assist in realization of children’s rights for protection from all types of exploitation, physical and emotional abuse, cruel, rude and insulting treatment, sexual exploitation and sexual perversions.

Children Not for Abuse

Contact: Ms. Margarita Priakhina
Phone: +375 17 2831326
Address: 45 Kiseleva St., App. # 8, Minsk 220029


Men, women and children in Belarus are trafficked for sexual purposes within the country as well as abroad in Russia, Poland and Turkey. In 2015, NGOs reported that out of the 263 trafficking victims assisted that year, 47 of them were children.

Between January and October 2015, the Belarusian authorities registered 193 criminal cases of pedophilia. During the same period, 506 crimes involving the commercial exploitation of children were investigated.

INTERPOL data singles out Belarus as the Eastern European country with the most number of children identified in child sexual abuse material, with 91 identified victims in 2013.


ECPAT International
Belarus – Country Monitoring Report

Year: 2011

ECPAT International
Regional Overview: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in the Commonwealth of Independent States

Year: 2014



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