What does the global research say about the sexual exploitation of boys? Read The Global Literature Review

Members

ECPAT Sweden was established as an NGO in 1996 and is a member of ECPAT International’s global network. ECPAT Sweden collaborates with other NGOs, authorities and industry partners to fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children.

ECPAT Sweden

Contact: Anna Karin Hildingson Boqvist
Phone: +46 8 598 920 00
Address: Sankt Göransgatan 66, S-11233 Stockholm
Email: info@ecpat.se annakarin.boqvist@ecpat.se
Website: http://www.ecpat.se

Facts

Sweden is a destination and, to a lesser extent, source and transit country for children subjected to trafficking for sexual purposes. Victims largely originate from Eastern Europe, West Africa, Asia, and Western Europe.

In December 2014, the County Administrative Board of Stockholm launched the website Resekurage (Travel Courage), in collaboration with the Swedish police and the National Methodological Support against Prostitution and Human Trafficking (NMT). This projects aims at informing the public about the prevalence of sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism and offering an online system to report suspected child sexual exploitation’s cases committed by tourists abroad.

Resources

ECPAT International
Sweden – Country Monitoring Report

Year: 2011

Protection and the OSPC: Justifying Good Practice Laws to Protect Children from Sexual Exploitation

Year: 2012

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

Year: 2014

Download

Stories

Indicators

Age of Consent

Not Yet Assessed

Extraterritoriality & Extradition

Not Yet Assessed

CSAM Definition

Not Yet Assessed

Background Check Required

Not Yet Assessed

National Commitments

Not Yet Assessed

Child Advocacy Centers

Not Yet Assessed

SEC Police Unit

Not Yet Assessed

Protection Standards Travel and Tourism

Not Yet Assessed

Public SEC Case Data

Not Yet Assessed

Stay Connected. Sign Up to Receive Updates About Our Impact on Child Sexual Exploitation