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Gold Standard Award winner!

Posted on Dec 13, 2012

The hugely successful Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People campaign, in partnership with The Body Shop, was recognised at the 2012 Gold Standard Awards held in Hong Kong.

Hosted by Public Affairs Asia, ECPAT was applauded for this exceptional model of collaboration with the private sector to address an important social issue in Asia and around the world. The Gold Standard Awards celebrate excellence in stakeholder engagement, corporate citizenship, diplomatic engagement and corporate communications.

ECPAT International received the Gold Standard Award for NGO Engagement. The award was presented on behalf of Public Affairs Asia by Sukanti Ghosh, Managing Director of APCO Worldwide in India. ECPAT was joined at the event with friends from The Body Shop and had the opportunity to meet with other 2012 award winners and nominees such as Accor, Microsoft and the US Ambassador to Singapore.

You can read more about the Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People campaign in the final report Creating Change Through Partnership

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