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ECPAT Releases 25 Year History Book: Rallying the World to End Child Sexual Exploitation

Posted on Dec 18, 2015

ECPAT Releases 25 Year History Book: Rallying the World to End Child Sexual Exploitation

ECPAT International is proud to announce the publication of ECPAT 25 Years: Rallying the World to End Child Sexual Exploitation. This history book commemorates the challenges overcome and hard-fought victories won thanks to the support and dedication of ECPAT’s members, partners and donors. 

The ECPAT movement was born in Chiang Mai, Thailand twenty-five years ago as a campaign to End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism. Today, ECPAT has grown into a global network of 90 organisations in 82 countries and is recognised as a strong and cohesive child rights advocacy network speaking on behalf of vulnerable children and child victims of sexual exploitation.

ECPAT 25 Years: Rallying the World to End Child Sexual Exploitation is available online at: http://www.ecpat.net/sites/default/files/ECPAT%2025%20Years_FINAL.pdf

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