Child Prostitution

The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Resources for Parents

 

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Runaways - Where To Turn For Help Before You Are Homeless

Rebeccas Community -- This is for anyone aged up to 13 years old who is thinking about running away

www.homeless.org.au/runaways.htm

[accessed 25 August 2011]

Here are some phone numbers to call …They are Confidential - which means they won't tell anyone about your call unless you want them to talk to somebody for you, or you are in danger.  They are open 24 Hours - it doesn't matter what time you call.

Assistance to Parents and Guardians

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

www.cybertipline.com/missingkids/servlet/PageServlet?LanguageCountry=en_US&PageId=200

[accessed 25 August 2011]

www.missingkids.org/RegionalOffices

[accessed 19 November 2016]

- What to do If Your Child Is Missing

- Information about International Abduction

- Where to Report Child Sexual Exploitation

- Child-Sexual-Exploitation State Resources

- Learn about Keeping Your Child Safer

- Learn about how to stay safer online with the NetSmartz Workshop

The CyberTipline - 1-800-843-5678

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PageServlet?LanguageCountry=en_US&PageId=2446

[accessed 25 August 2011]

www.missingkids.com/cybertipline

[accessed 19 November 2016]

The Congressionally-mandated CyberTipline is a means for reporting crimes against children including:

- The Possession, Manufacture, and Distribution of Child Pornography

- The Online Enticement of Children For Sexual Acts

- Child Prostitution

- Child-Sex Tourism

- Child Sexual Molestation (not in the family)

- Unsolicited Obscene Material Sent to a Child

- Misleading Domain Name

What is CYBERTIP.CA ?  [Canada]

Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc.

www.cybertip.ca/app/en/

[accessed 25 August 2011]

Cybertip.ca is Canada's National Tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children. It is a centralized web portal for receiving and addressing reports from the public regarding child pornography, luring, child sex tourism, and children who are exploited through prostitution.

ECPAT

ECPAT-USA

ecpatusa.org/

[accessed 25 August 2011]

ECPAT is a network of organizations and individuals working together to eliminate the commercial sexual exploitation of children around the world. It seeks to encourage the world community to ensure that children everywhere enjoy their fundamental rights free from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation

157 Montague Street

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Telephone: 718-935-9192

Fax: 718-935-9173

E-mail: ecpat@ecpatusa.org

Make A Report

ECPAT-NZ

www.reportchildsex.com/site/page.aspx?id=6

[accessed 25 August 2011]

On-line form for reporting child prostitution and other sexual offences against children

Administration for Children & Families - USA

U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services - Administration for Children & Families

www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/

[accessed 25 August 2011]

Call the "Rescue & Restore" Campaign Toll-Free Trafficking Information and Referral Hotline 1-888-373-7888

IRISEM - Organizations against Trafficking and CSEC

UN Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute UNICRI

lab.unicri.it/emerging_crimes/human_trafficking/irisem/

[accessed 25 August 2011]

Find Institutions against Sexual Exploitation of Minors by selecting a Country or browse the whole list in alphabetical order

European Union – Report Missing Children – Call 116 000

Missing Children Europe

www.hotline116000.eu/

[accessed 25 August 2011]

The 116 000 is the European hotline number reserved by the European Commission for missing children.  Through this number, parents faced with a missing child in their country or in another European country, will increasingly have access to the life saving support they need, as the number is connected to the national organisation, specialised in dealing with these cases.

As research shows the first hours after the disappearance of a child are of vital importance. Therefore having such "an easy to remember" telephone number at the disposal of parents across Europe is extremely important for an immediate action of the responsible local authorities.

The number is currently operational in the following European countries:    Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, United Kingdom