Definitions

The Commercial Sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) comprises different forms of exploitation such as child prostitution, sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism, trafficking of children for sexual purposes and child pornography.
Définitions

Child Prostitution

Child prostitution does not necessarily imply a monetary transaction. Children can also be exploited through prostitution when sexual acts are… Read more

Sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism

Sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism is not a form of tourism. This is why ECPAT recommends no… Read more

Trafficking of children for sexual purposes

Taken from the most common international law definition contained in Article 3 (art. 3a) of the UN protocol to Prevent,… Read more

Child pornography

As defined in the Optional Protocol (art 2c) of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child on… Read more
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