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I Understand


ECPAT-USA's mission is to protect every child's right to grow up free from sexual exploitation and trafficking through legislative advocacy, education, and partnerships.

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For Survivors

ECPAT-USA recognizes that the movement to end sex trafficking must draw upon the lived experiences of survivors for guidance on how to protect vulnerable youth and craft legislation and policies that will be the most effective in preventing child sex trafficking. It is from this understanding that ECPAT-USA created our Survivors’ Council, which allows for a direct line of communication between those working to end commercial sexual exploitation and those who are the true experts in this field. The Survivors’ Council currently includes women and men from a range of backgrounds and experiences. Its diversity makes it uniquely representative of the situations experienced by survivors of human trafficking. Survivors’ Council members serve as subject matter consultants and are compensated for their expertise. By uniting survivors across the United States, the Survivors’ Council supports members’ voices and autonomy to lead and connect with others, valuing their experiences and know-how with this issue.

For Advocates

Individuals: Get informed about the issue of Human Trafficking. OR, donate financially to our programs
Travel Professionals:
In response, ECPAT-USA works with the travel industry to take action. Corporate travel buyers, travel management companies, and meeting professionals can raise awareness about the issue with business travelers and travel partners.
Hotels: Make your hotel a champion for children through downloading, printing, and posting our resources on your property. Included below are posters that comply with the various laws, checklists, e-learning, and the most comprehensive tool, our Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct.
Check out our events on our website to see what we are up to and where you can be involved.

EVENforONE is excited to explore how we can best support the referral aspects of the counter-trafficking fight and will be launching refined services and tools in the future!
Due to this developmental season we'll be temporarily stepping back from case management, for both overcomers and other anti-trafficking organizations. The primary purpose is to take what we’ve been learning so far and improve our support structure and our processes to ensure we’re contributing to effective and sustainable healing outcomes for everyone engaging with our advocacy-based assistance in the future. While we're on this pause, our public database will still remain fully available for use.
This is a public database of resources available in the counter-trafficking fight. We do our best to verify these resources are safe and trustworthy, but EVENforONE assumes no responsibility related to your use of these resources - use at your own risk - and please make the best decisions you can to guard your own safety. As a whole, the anti-trafficking community still has a lot to learn about how to collaborate well for assisting overcomers in a consistently healthy way, and EVENforONE desires to be a positive advocate for that as we learn and grow too.