Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Questions-Réponses - Exploitation sexuelle commerciale des enfants

 

 Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: FAQs

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 What is CSEC? Definitions for Young People

 

Child Sex tourism

Combating Child Sex Tourism: FAQs

 

 Combating Child Sex Tourism: FAQs

Sexual Exploitation of Children in Tourism (Youth Version)

 

 Sexual Exploitation of Children in Tourism (Youth Version)

 

Trafficking in children for sexual purposes

 

 Combating the Trafficking in Children for Sexual Purposes

Child Trafficking for Sexual Purposes (Child and Youth Version)

 Child Trafficking for Sexual Purposes (Child and Youth Version)

 

Rapport sur la traite des enfants – Campagne ECPAT-The Body Shop

 Their Protection is in Our Hands - The State of Global Child Trafficking   for Sexual Purposes

 

Child Pornography

Child Pornography and Sexual Exploitation of Children Online

 

 Child Pornography and Sexual Exploitation of Children Online

Violence against Children in Cyberspace

 

 Violence against Children in Cyberspace

 

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World Congresses against commercial sexual exploitation of children

First World Congress against Sexual Exploitation of Children - Stockholm

In 1996, in collaboration with the Swedish government and UNICEF, ECPAT International invited 122 countries to the First World Congress against Sexual Exploitation of Children. Governments approved an Agenda for Action. This Agenda for Action provides a framework for the implementation of articles related to the sexual exploitation of children in the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Second World Congress  - Yokohama

The objectives of the Second World Congress held in 2001 were to:

  • review the progress in implementing the Stockholm Agenda for Action
  • strengthen the follow-up of the Congress
  • enhance political commitment to implementing the Agenda for Action
  • identify of major problem areas or gaps in the protection of children from sexual exploitation
  • share expertise and good practice in this field.

Third World Congress - Rio de Janeiro

The Third World Congress, held in Rio de Janeiro in 2008, welcomed over 3,000 people from all regions of the world, including Official Government delegations from 140 countries and hundreds of groups from the civil society and from the private sector. 300 children and adolescents also joined and played an integral part in the WCIII.

Discussions and exchanges helped undertake an overall review of progress and gaps in the fight against CSEC and produce a Call for Action.

Download the final report of the World Congress III

Download the Rio de Janeiro Declaration and Call for Action