Changing laws and policies isn’t always enough. To really protect children, actions must follow, and in ways that are tailored to the local situation and needs. The ECPAT research team tells us why, with examples from our forthcoming country overviews on Peru, India and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. We talk about how child marriage, domestic trafficking and legal duties for the travel sector are examples of how law reform and action must go hand in hand.
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