This course is brought to you through the collaborative efforts of two international child protection organizations, ECPAT International and the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children. By sharing our global experiences and proven best practices, we hope to equip Agents of Change around the world to better defend children.
About ECPAT International
ECPAT International is a non-governmental organization and the only children’s rights network that is solely focused on ending the sexual exploitation of children. With over 122 civil society organisations in 104 countries, together we advocate for a stronger legal environment to protect children, partner with the private sector to prevent their services from being misused, we research to better understand this crime, and we help survivors and victims' voices to be heard in political decision making – and to better understand their rights. For more information go to www.ecpat.org.
About the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children
The International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization working to make the world a safer place for all children by defending against child sexual exploitation, abuse, and the risk of going missing. Headquartered in the United States, ICMEC works with partners globally to develop research, technologies, and educational resources to aid in the search and recovery of children who are missing, fight online exploitation, and empower caring professionals, institutions, and communities to protect children from all forms of sexual abuse. For more information go to www.icmec.org.