13 yearsis the average age of recruitment into forced sex work

5thNew Zealand has the fifth worst child abuse record out of 31 OECD countries

80%of frontline workers in the Pacific have seen cases of child sexual exploitation in the past year

We work for a world that no longer tolerates the sexual exploitation of children

ECPAT Child ALERT acts to uphold the fundamental rights for children in Aotearoa Zew Zealand to be free from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation. 

 

ECPAT Child ALERT’s earlier focus on public awareness-raising, law reform and advocacy has expanded to include online safety initiatives, specialist training, research and community education. 

 

What You Can Do

Provide support TODAY to help change the lives of our vulnerable children. 

There are many ways you can make a difference in a child’s life including volunteering, advocating, and donating. We need your support.

Please DONATE today to help us end the sexual exploitaion of children in Aotearoa New Zealand.