Our resource centre will help you to broaden your knowledge on child sexual exploitation. You will find studies, tools for professionals as well as child-friendly tools or awareness campaigns.
To learn more on the topic “child sexual exploitation” in general, you can consult:
- ECPAT International’s website
- The Terminology guidelines for the protection of children against sexual exploitation and sexual abuse
Besides, you can download on your mobile phone (Android or Apple), the ECPAT France application which will give you access to short and playful training sessions on child sexual exploitation.
To go further on a form of child sexual exploitation, you can refer to the categories below.
Child sexual exploitation in the context of travel and tourism
To learn more about child sexual exploitation in the context of travel and tourism, you can consult the Global Study on sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism of ECPAT International or the dedicated website.
In addition, you can access the E-learning (coming soon) dedicated to the child sexual exploitation in the context of travel and tourism.
A shorter serious game is also available: it will allow you to put yourself in the role of a professional to advise and guide tourists and travelers.
Online child sexual exploitation
As part of the REPERES project, ECPAT France conducted a study dedicated to the online child sexual exploitation.
Besides, a recent study by ECPAT International, in collaboration with INTERPOL, entitled Towards a global indicator on unidentified victims in child sexual exploitation material highlights several trends related to the phenomenon.
Trafficking in human beings
ECPAT France created the website Droit contre la traite (coming soon), a resource website (legislation, news, law cases etc) on trafficking in human beings. It may be useful if you are looking for information.
You will find information about minors at risk or victim of trafficking in France by referring to the ReACT study.
Finally, do not hesitate to refer to the website of the Collectif Ensemble contre la traite des êtres humains of which ECPAT France is a member.