ECPAT-USA: ECPAT-USA’s Youth Against Child Trafficking Classroom Story


ECPAT-USA’s Youth Against Child Trafficking (Y-ACT) program empowers youth to take the lead in anti-human trafficking efforts. ECPAT-USA trains students to be the foremost advocates in their communities and among their peers, educating them on the facts, misconceptions, and risks of trafficking. Students are provided the tools needed to identify the warning signs and proper […]


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Human trafficking is one of the hardest international relief and development causes to talk about. The crime has been documented in 148 countries, and includes forced sexual exploitation, labor, involuntary marriage, organ trade and more. An estimated 40.3 million people are trafficked each year, and roughly a third of those are children under the age […]

ECPAT-USA: Discussion on Race & the Criminalization Of Trafficked Youth

ECPAT-USA Invites You to a Discussion

ECPAT-USA was honored to host a special event on how race and trafficking intersect in the criminal justice system with Cyntoia Brown (now Brown-Long), civil rights attorney Justin Moore, and ECPAT-USA Board Member and Survivors’ Council Member Katrina Massey. Trafficking victims of color are often dismissed as criminals, instead of being recognized as individuals in […]