[International] Why Children are at Risk of Sexual Exploitation During COVID-19

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17 Apr 2020

COVID-19 has now spread to virtually every country in the world and has a devastating impact on people, economies, health systems, and communities. While most people's lives are put on hold, criminals are finding ways to take advantage of the situation, including those who seek to sexually exploit children. ECPAT International has gathered information on how children are at increased risk of sexual abuse and exploitation during this global pandemic. 

As the world responds to COVID-19, we see that push factors that facilitate or lead to sexual exploitation of children are expected to intensify. According to ECPAT members across the world, restrictions imposed by governments worldwide to curb the virus heavily impact children. Today, ECPAT is present in 102 countries, through 118 members. 

 

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