How are poverty and rigid gender stereotypes placing boys in Morocco at risk of sexual exploitation?  Read the full report

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ECPAT International contributes critical knowledge and evidence to inform advocacy and action against the sexual exploitation of children. Explore our research below.

Interview: Child Rights organisations support the EU Proposal to Prevent and Combat Online Child Sexual Abuse

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.

Listen to the interview.

in September 2022

Available in: German

Global Boys Initiative: Morocco

As part of ECPAT’s Global Boys Initiative, The Morocco Report is the tenth of ten country reports to be released that deeply explore the sexual exploitation of boys – an issue too long ignored. The Global Boys Initiative aims to improve global knowledge and inform efforts to protect boys and gender-diverse children from being sexually exploited.

Down the full report below, or click here to read a summary of the findings.

by ECPAT International & AMANE in 2022

Available in: English

Open Letter: European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
by ECPAT in 2022

Available in: English

Ecuador — Country Overview

Desk review of existing information on the sexual exploitation of children in Ecuador. 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.

by ECPAT International in 2022

Available in: Spanish

Disrupting Harm: South Africa

Disrupting Harm in South Africa is an evidence-led report that outlines the harrowing realities of online sexual exploitation and abuse of children in South Africa.

In early 2019, the End Violence Partnership invested $7 million to develop Disrupting Harm, a holistic and innovative research project that aims to better understand how digital technology facilitates the sexual exploitation and abuse of children.

The Partnership brought together and funded three global organisations – ECPAT InternationalINTERPOL and the UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti – to undertake new research in 13 countries across Eastern and Southern Africa and Southeast Asia.

Click here to read more about the project.


Available in: English




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