ECPAT UK works with a variety of partners and funders in the UK and abroad on projects to improve global responses to child trafficking and child sexual exploitation.
The AMINA project is a cross-border cooperative project that aims to safeguard children migrating in Europe. ECPAT UK is one of a number of partners from civil society, law enforcement and government departments working collaboratively on the project with our lead partner Missing Children Europe.Read more
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
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
The Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group is a coalition established in 2009 to monitor the UK Government’s compliance with the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (the Convention), which entered into force in the UK on 1 April 2009.Read more
ReACT is a partnership project aiming to increase the capacity of representatives (guardians and lawyers) of child victims of trafficking to provide appropriate support and uphold the rights of trafficked children during legal proceedings in key trafficking destination countries.Read more
The RACE in Europe project was a two-year (2012-2014) initiative led by Anti-Slavery International, ECPAT UK and partners to improve knowledge and responses to human trafficking for the purposes of forced criminal exploitation and forced begging in Europe.Read more
Parliamentarians against Human Trafficking was a two-year (2011-2013) European project to establish a network of parliamentarians working to prevent human trafficking.Read more