ECPAT International contributes critical knowledge and evidence to inform advocacy and action against the sexual exploitation of children. Explore our research below.
ECPAT International’s opinion on the topic of child sexual abuse online and the European Commission’s proposal to Combat and Prevent Child Sexual Abuse online. Interview broadcasted in the German MDR/AR media journal.
Available in: German
Available in: English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
On 1 March 2023, ECPAT and 41 other child rights organisations denounced the European Parliament’s Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection’s (IMCO) draft opinion on the European Commission regulation proposal to end child sexual abuse online.
Available in: English
Desk review of existing information on the sexual exploitation of children in Côte d’Ivoire. The overview gathers existing publicly available information on sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism, online child sexual exploitation, trafficking of children for sexual purposes, sexual exploitation of children through prostitution, and child, early, and forced marriage and identifies gaps, research needs, and recommendations.
Available in: French
The case study conducted with Association Bayti And Association Meilleur Avenir Pour Nos Enfants (Amane), Morocco, looks at how to provide care services to boy survivors of sexual exploitation with ethnic sensitive approach, which can transform gender norms and roles.
Available in: English, French
The case study conducted with Fundación Renacer (ECPAT member) in Colombia looks at how to provide care services to boy survivors of sexual exploitation with ethnic sensitive approach, which can transform gender norms and roles.
Available in: English, Spanish