Making a difference
Justice Acts NZ have just released a document outlining an independent review of New Zealand laws on trafficking, slavery and exploitation. Follow the link for more details.
The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism.
This is an international cooperation to add another barrier to people making electronic payments to purchase illegal child sex abuse images on the Internet.
ECPAT and other five agencies has formed a coalition to collaboratively research the prevalence of Human Trafficking within NZ.
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It is aimed at raising awareness around this global issue and to highlight the plight of the human trafficking, as well as at encouraging people to take action against this crime.
A Supreme Court verdict has rejected a NZ sex offender's appeal for an offence against children that took place in Russia. ECPAT believes the decision is a warning to other would-be offenders that they can't escape the law by going overseas.
1,400 children were sexually exploited in a northern England town, victims as young as 11 from being beaten, raped and trafficked over a 16-year period.
Police forces across Britain have arrested 660 suspected paedophiles during a six-month covert operation.
How you can help
ECPAT enters 20th year working in New Zealand. We are committed to continue our fight against child abuse of any form both within New Zealand and overseas. Join us!
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