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Expert Paper – The Power of Public-Private Partnerships in Eradicating Child Sexual Exploitation

by ECPAT International in 2015

Child sexual exploitation is morphing and becoming more difficult and insidious. It also illustrates a larger phenomenon. As technology evolves, so does its use for child exploitation. There are limits to what governments and law enforcement can do alone. However, there is no limit to what governments, law enforcement, civil society and committed private sector partners can do together. This paper proposes the possible private-public partnerships for using technology as a positive actor in child protection.

Available in: English


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