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Research and monitoring are key areas of ECPAT UK's work. We regularly publish reports and briefing papers focusing on issues of child exploitation. These resources are useful for practitioners, policy-makers, teachers, students, researchers and others.
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|Better support, better protection: Steps lawyers and guardians can take to better identify and protect trafficked children
ECPAT (ReACT Project) 2017
|Heading back to harm: A study on trafficked and unaccompanied children going missing from care in the UK
ECPAT UK, November 2016
*This version amends a typeset error on the table "Regional breakdown on numbers of children in selected categories" on page 113 in the print report.
|Class Acts? Examining modern slavery legislation across the UK
ATMG, October 2016
|Development's in the UK's Response to Child Trafficking and Child Sexual Exploitation
ECPAT UK, May 2016
|Offenders on the Move: Global Study on Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism
ECPAT International, May 2016
|Time to Deliver: Considering Pregnancy and Parenthood in the UK's Response to Human Trafficking
Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group, February 2016
|FAQs on Child Trafficking: 2014 Edition
ECPAT UK, October 2014
|Proposal for a Revised National Referral Mechanism (NRM) For Children
Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group, September 2014
Unaccompanied minors in the EU
ECPAT UK written evidence submission, 2016
Written submission to Joint Committee on the draft Modern Slavery Bill
ECPAT UK response, 2014
These briefing papers provide basic information on background, vulnerabilities of children, relevant legislation and how the travel industry is taking action to combat child sexual exploitation.
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1 March 2017
An influential coalition of children’s’ rights charities, including ECPAT UK, have today called on EU and national ministers to end the disappearance, suffering…
01 February 2017
Serial child abuser, and retired English teacher, Mark Frost, formerly Andrew Tracey, has pleaded guilty to 45 counts of rape and sexual assault of children in the UK and Thailand,…
19 January 2017
ECPAT UK has today announced the Scottish Guardianship Service as the recipient of the 2016 Children’s Champion award.
The award is made in recognition of the Scottish…
17 January 2017
ECPAT UK’s work to stop child trafficking, modern slavery and sexual abuse in tourism will be featured in the latest BBC Lifeline Appeal film, airing this Sunday at 16:15…
“We are nobody in this country.” – Trafficked child interviewed for new ECPAT UK and Missing People report
Trafficked and unaccompanied asylum-seeking children are going missing…
11 October 2016
A new report by the Council of Europe’s Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) has again urged the United Kingdom to improve protection of…