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Agents of Change: Tools for Frontline Workers to End Sexual Exploitation of Children. Level 2: The Faces of Sexual Exploitation of Children

Did you complete Agents of Change, Level 1? If not, you can enroll by clicking Discover New Courses above or by clicking on the Level 1 linked text in the longer description below. Agents of Change is the online course brought to you by ECPAT International (Ending the Sexual Exploitation of Children) and the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children-ICMEC, to equip you with the tools you need to better support and protect child victims of sexual exploitation. Through this free of charge, self-paced training series, you will gain the specialized knowledge and tools to effectively identify, prevent and respond to child sexual exploitation and abuse.

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  • Self-Paced

About This Course

The Agents of Change course is a specialized, victim-centred training for professionals including:

  • Law enforcement
  • Criminal justice professionals
  • Child protection authorities
  • Members of civil society organizations working in child protection

This course has three levels, and it is necessary to complete each one to advance to the following. Level 1 provides the basic foundations on child protection and the global efforts to end sexual exploitation of children. In this Level 2 you will learn more about how sexual exploitation of children takes place, its forms, and about victims and perpetrators. When you complete these first two levels, you will be ready to take Level 3, where you will learn how to address sexual exploitation of children and gain tools to bring the best interest of children as a guiding principle into your work.

This second level of Agents of Change, world-renowned experts will speak about:

  • Offenders in sexual exploitation of children
  • A victim-centered approach
  • Interaction between online and offline environments in sexual exploitation of children
  • Sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism
  • Trafficking of children
  • Victim identification