Entries by ECPAT Belgique

Judicial cooperation workshop

This institutional meeting is organised within the framework of the KOUTCHA project. It aims to improve cross-border collaboration between France and Belgium in the handling of cases involving child victims of trafficking.   The management of these cases raises many challenges. Consequently, child victims of trafficking who have to move from France to Belgium (or […]

Training on the sexual exploitation of children

What are the different forms of child sexual exploitation ? What are the consequences ? What does the law say and what tools exist to protect children ? ECPAT Belgium, in collaboration with Defence for Children International Belgium, successfully gave a training course on child sexual exploitation on September 17th in Mons. 

That’s a wrap !

How are police interviews and therapeutic interviewing of trafficked children carried out ? Why is the role of the interpreter so important ? In the framework of the CAPISCE project, we had the chance to interview Nadia Ounifi (coordinator at the Federal Police) and Charline Malaise (psychologist at Esperanto) who explained the points of attention in their work with […]

Save the date

On 17 September, ECPAT Belgium and Defence for Children International Belgium invite you to a training course to better understand and respond to the sexual exploitation of children.  Click here for practical details.

ECPAT in the media

“There is an urgent need for a national action plan to fight the sexual exploitation of children”. Ariane Couvreur, project manager at ECPAT Belgium, raises concerns in an interview with Sud Presse.

Training during coronavirus

With all the necessary sanitary measures, ECPAT Belgium provided a training course on online safety at PAG-ASA, a center for victims of human trafficking. A big thank you to the participants for their motivation and enthusiasm!

30 years of fight against the sexual exploitation of children

Today we celebrate ECPAT’s 30th anniversary. What started as a campaign initiated by a small group of people to tackle child prostitution in Asia is now the world’s largest network dedicated to ending all forms of child sexual exploitation, including 118 member organizations in 102 countries. This is an opportunity to take some time to […]