A call for testimonies Have you ever been disturbed by an adult’s behaviour towards a child/teenager? The gestures and the looks given seemed inappropriate to you, but you didn’t know how to react? For our next communication campaign, we are looking for testimonies from people who have been faced with potential child sexual abuse situations. […]
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Full room for the premiere of “By the name of Tania”! A film that did not leave the 120 participants unresponsive and gave rise to a captivating exchange on human trafficking, with the presence of the co-directors and the non-profit organisation PAG-ASA. Based on real testimonies, “By the name of Tania” tells the story of […]
Since October 2019, ECPAT Belgium has been a partner on the CAPISCE project (Child victims of trafficking: Access to Protection and Information based on their Specific needs during Criminal investigation and procEedings). The aim of the project is to strengthen protection of child victims of trafficking during legal proceedings. Through research, ECPAT Belgium will analyse […]
Professionals from the youth sector are on the front line in detecting potential cases of sexual exploitation and trafficking of children. Unfortunately, they are often too unequipped to identify signs of concern and take appropriate actions to protect victims. ECPAT Belgium organized the second training for the youth sector on child trafficking in partnership with […]
To mark the 13th EU Anti-Trafficking Day, ECPAT Belgium invites you to attend the premiere of a powerful movie “By the name of Tania” on October 18, 19:00 at Cinéma Palace in Brussels.
Imagine a Nigerian minor forced into prostitution with false documents. Or children forced to commit robberies in organized gangs. While being victims of trafficking of human beings, these minors are also perpetrators of crimes committed under duress. Can justice prosecute them? Yes, but since July 1 2019, these victims can no longer be punished for […]
Going on a trip abroad this summer? Stay alert and help us fight against the sexual exploitation of children even in another country!
Since August 1, ECPAT Belgium fights to end sexual exploitation of children from its new office in a co-working space located in Impact House.
On May 9, Pope Francis introduced a new decree into canon law requiring the denunciation of cases of sexual violence against minors. This text was eagerly awaited by the victims, does it keep all its promises?