On April 24, ECPAT Belgium presented the key findings its research on child friendly justice during a workshop organised together by Missing Children Europe (MCE), eNACSO and ECPAT International in Brussels.
The aim of the workshop was to identify the challenges and good practices in the implementation of the EU Directive 2011/93/EU against child sexual abuse and child sexual exploitation. The findings were based on an analysis of 27 reports drafted by national rapporteurs on the implementation of the Directive’s provisions in their own Member State.
Out of the 7 topics covered by the survey, focus was set on 3: child friendly justice (ECPAT), disqualification and screening (MCE) as well as grooming (eNACSO). Around 40 representatives from NGO’s, European institutions and Permanent Representations of the Member States attended the workshop which was positively evaluated by all participants.
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