London Superhero Run

Be a superhero for child victims of trafficking! Sign up for the London Superhero 5k or 10k run on Sunday, 13th May - your chance to become a real-life superhero as you pull on your cape and join thousands of fellow runners descending on Regent’s Park, London.Read more

The Color Run

Take part in the Color Run in London - one of the largest and most unique 5k colour fun runs in the world. In this family-friendly event at Wembley Park, London, you'll join thousands of other runners donning a special white t-shirt. During the the fun run, you'll get covered from head to toe in a rainbow of colours!Read more

Films for practitioners

Watch ECPAT UK's short films designed to raise awareness among professional about the issues facing child victims of trafficking and unaccompanied children seeking asylum.Read more

Tools for practitioners

ECPAT UK's free 'interviewing trafficked children' webinar is delivered by Kalvir Kaur, a qualified solicitor and leading expert advocating for refugee children and victims of trafficking.Read more

Child friendly leaflets

View ECPAT UK's leaflets aiming to raise awareness and increase professionals' understand of child trafficking and exploitation, and inform vulnerable children about their rights.Read more

Child friendly films

View ECPAT UK's child friendly film aiming to raise awareness about child trafficking and exploitation, and inform vulnerable children about their rights.Read more

Supporter Promise

Our promise to ECPAT UK supportersRead more

New research: Towards a global indicator on unidentified victims in child sexual exploitation material

New research produced by ECPAT International and Interpol into the online sexual exploitation of children, Towards a global indicator on unidentified victims in child sexual exploitation material, is a groundbreaking study producing key findings on child sexual abuse materials.Read more

Partnership Against Child Trafficking Project

The Partnership Against Child Trafficking (PACT) Project is an innovative project aimed at improving local responses to child trafficking and all forms of modern slavery and exploitation. ECPAT UK was selected by the Government to deliver the project in partnership with Cordis Bright and Missing People. The project is funded by the Home Office’s Child Trafficking Protection Fund.Read more

National Three Peaks Challenge

Could you take on the challenge of climbing the UK's three highest mountains and raise money to help prevent child trafficking? The National Three Peaks Challenge is a tough but rewarding three day challenge in which you will reach the UK's highest points - Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon.Read more

Coast to Coast Cycle Challenge

Could you cycle from one coast of the UK to another to raise money to help prevent child trafficking? The Coast to Coast Cycle Challenge is an iconic British event taking you from the North Sea coast to the Irish Sea, through stunning scenery including the Lake District and the Pennines. You'll pass landmarks including Hadrian's Wall and Roman forts on this once in a lifetime experience.Read more

Amazon jungle survivor challenge

Do you dare to tackle some of the globe's toughest terrain and raise money to help prevent child trafficking? Take on a 9 day endurance challenge with the Amazon jungle survivor challenge. You will trek through the largest rainforest in the world - exploring the jungle, sleeping in hammocks and encountering rare, unique wildlife.Read more

Start fundraising with JustGiving

If you've decided to hold a fundraising event or take on a sponsored challenge, find out how to set up a JustGiving page so that your family, friends and community can support you every step of the way!Read more

End-to-End Vulnerability Mapping

The End-to-End Vulnerability Mapping project examines the vulnerabilities of Vietnamese migrants who transit to the UK via Europe. ECPAT UK is conducting end-to-end mapping that aims to expand evidence on migratory routes and reduce Vietnamese migrants' vulnerability to exploitation on these routesRead more

Guidance (England)

View key statutory guidance and strategy documents on safeguarding and care of unaccompanied migrant or refugee children and child victims of modern slavery.Read more

Guidance (Wales)

View key statutory guidance and strategy documents on safeguarding and care of unaccompanied migrant or refugee children and child victims of modern slavery.Read more

Guidance (Scotland)

View key statutory guidance and strategy documents on safeguarding and care of unaccompanied migrant or refugee children and child victims of modern slavery.Read more

Guidance (Northern Ireland)

View key statutory guidance and strategy documents on safeguarding and care of unaccompanied migrant or refugee children and child victims of modern slavery.Read more

Terminology guidelines

The Terminology and Semantics Interagency Working Group, comprised of ECPAT and partners, has produced guidelines on terminology for the protection of chldren from sexual exploitation and sexual abuseRead more

Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism (SECTT)

ECPAT's recommendations for action help protect children from sexual exploitation in travel and tourism (SECTT).Read more

Time to transform: Frontline professionals' views on the National Referral Mechanism

Time to transform shows the results of ECPAT UK's survey into frontline professionals’ attitudes towards the National Referral Mechanism, specifically in regard to children’s cases.Read more

Legislation (England)

Key legislation in England relating to child trafficking and modern slavery.Read more

Current campaign: Demand specialist support for trafficked children

We are working with Care2 to call on the Home Secretary, Amber Rudd MP, to overhaul the current system of identification/support for victims of trafficking – the National Referral Mechanism (NRM).Read more