ReACT Child Leaflet

Our child friendly leaflet and short film

ReACT is a partnership project between ECPAT groups in the UK, France, Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany 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. Find out more about ReACT

Our free leaflet and short film is aimed at informing child trafficking victims about their rights and how to find help, and is available in eleven different languages. 


Download the ReACT leaflet in   English   Albanian   Arabic   Bulgarian   Chinese   Farsi   French  Pashto   Pidgin English    Romanian   Vietnamese

CLICK HERE to watch the ReACT video in eleven languages

MICLU leaflet

Migrant & Refugee Children's Legal Unit

ECPAT UK contributed to The Migrant & Refugee Children's Legal Unit's leaflet for unaccompanied children seeking asylum, which is available in five languages.
Download the leaflet


'Nguoi Lam Vuon Bi An' | 
'The Secret Gardeners' (Vietnamese) 

Watch our short film, 'The Secret Gardeners', in Vietnamese below, or click here to watch it in English


Free e-learning webinars

Our 'interviewing trafficked children' webinar is delivered by Kalvir Kaur, a qualified solicitor and leading expert advocating for refugee children and victims of trafficking. 

Following the webinar attendees will be sent details of a second video workshop addressing Age Assessment Law and Practice for Child Victims of Trafficking, delivered by Shu Shin Luh - a barrister whose practice has a strong human rights and anti-discrimination focus. 

CLICK HERE to register for the webinar

These videos have been produced with the financial support of the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of ECPAT UK and the ReACT Project and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission.