ECPAT UK has been granted permission to intervene in an important appeal before the Supreme Court which will impact trafficked children’s ability to lead stable lives in the long term. ECPAT UK will now draw on its expertise and experience in assisting trafficked young people to act as a third party intervener in the case of MS (Pakistan) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department.
Current campaign: All young people should have the security to plan for their futures as they reach adulthood. Join us in calling on the UK Government to give trafficked and unaccompanied children their future back. Sign the petition today.
New research by ECPAT UK, Anti-Slavery International and Pacific Links Foundation traces the journeys made by Vietnamese children and adults migrating irregularly from Vietnam to the UK via Europe. The report, Precarious Journeys: Mapping Vulnerabilities of Victims of Trafficking from Vietnam to Europe, finds that the governments of countries on key trafficking routes routinely fail to protect Vietnamese children from trafficking, leaving them vulnerable to continued exploitation and abuse.
ECPAT UK offers a comprehensive training programme, in line with National Occupational Standards, delivering courses for more than 20 years to help improve responses to child trafficking, modern slavery and exploitation.