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Members

ECPAT Germany was established as a campaign in 1991 and was officially registered as an organisation in 2001. ECPAT Germany is an alliance of 28 groups and institutions working on child rights issues and operates in the political, legal, economic and educational sectors, in cooperation with government and non-governmental organisations.

ECPAT Germany

Contact: Andrea Wagner
Phone: (+49) 761 887 926 3 – 0
Address: Alfred-Döeblin-Platz 1, 79100 Freiburg
Email: info@ecpat.de
Website: http://www.ecpat.de

Facts

In 2013, the German Federal Criminal Police Office registered 4,317 websites containing child sexual abuse material.

Since 2005, the project “Kein Täter Werden” (Don’t Offend) offers free and confidential therapeutic treatment to those with a ‘sexual preference for children’. 251 people completed the program, which can be undertaken in 11 different centers in Germany.

Victims of trafficking for sexual purposes in Germany originate from within the country as well as Bulgaria and Romania. 67,000 unaccompanied minors arrived in Germany in 2015 alone; they are extremely vulnerable to trafficking for sexual purposes.

Resources

Defence for Children – ECPAT the Netherlands
Reluctance to Report Sexual Exploitation of Children Related to Travel and Tourism

Year: 2019

ECPAT International
Germany – Country Monitoring Report

Year: 2012

ECPAT International
Access to Justice and Remedies Research: Access to Compensation

Year: 2017

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ECPAT International
ReACT Project Exploitation/trafficking: Rights of Isolated Minors or Children in Danger in Germany

Year: 2017

ECPAT International
Regional Overview: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Europe

Year: 2014

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Age of Consent

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Extraterritoriality & Extradition

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CSAM Definition

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National Commitments

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Child Advocacy Centers

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SEC Police Unit

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Protection Standards Travel and Tourism

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Public SEC Case Data

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