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

Featured 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

Making Brexit work for children

Download the discussion paper produced jointly by ECPAT UK and organisations across the children's sector, exploring the specific implications of Brexit on children and young people.Read more

Reports

View ECPAT UK's research reports on child trafficking and modern slavery, transnational child exploitation, and online child sexual abuse.Read more

Publications

View ECPAT UK's research publications, reports and briefings.Read more

Legislation (Wales)

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

Legislation (Scotland)

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

International Legislation

Key international legislation and conventions relating to child trafficking and modern slavery.Read more

Practitioner resources

ECPAT UK's resources for practitioners working with child victims of trafficking and modern slavery, and unaccompanied children who may have been trafficked.Read more

Useful tools

ECPAT UK's useful tools include child friendly leaflets translated into eleven languages to help children, their guardians and legal representatives to uphold their rights.Read more

Resources

Download ECPAT's free resources for child trafficking and modern slavery victims, professionals working with trafficked children and members of the public.Read more

ReACT resources

Download ECPAT UK's free resources for children and professionals working with child trafficking and modern slavery victims.Read more

Register now for our FREE child trafficking webinars!

Calling all lawyers, advocates, social workers and more! ECPAT UK, as part of the European Commission funded ReACT Project, is offering two free online tutorials for those working with trafficked children.Read more

The Secret Gardeners: New film on child trafficking from Vietnam

The Secret Gardeners aims to inform professionals about the plight of children who are forced by organised crime gangs to grow drugs in houses across the UK but who often face criminalisation and prison.Read more

Training courses

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