2018 Conference Sponsors

Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada would like to thank the sponsors who generously made the 2018 Conference on Child Sex Tourism and Trafficking possible.

NOT YOUR CHILD.
NOT MINE.
NOT ANYONE’S.

Child victimization occurs in every community, region and country. A worldwide solution starts with each of us.

Air Canada in-flight PSAs

Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada has partnered with the Air Canada Foundation on the creation of three in-flight public service announcement videos that began airing in February 2014.

Top Stories

Beyond Borders calls on Canada to strengthen laws against trafficking of children

US Department of State 2020 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report recommends Canada strengthen legal frameworks and implement measures to protect trafficking victims.  Read more.  

Beyond Borders says Peter Nygard should be investigated for extradition to Canada

A class action complaint by 46 individuals with many detailed allegations of sexual abuse of children, has been filed against businessman Peter Nygard, in US Court.    Today, Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada asked Hon. David Lametti, Attorney General of Canada and Hon....

Beyond Borders and the Air Canada Foundation Renew their Partnership to Raise Awareness about Child Sex Tourism and Trafficking

Child sexual exploitation through tourism and trafficking is an ongoing problem internationally, and it is also prevalent within Canada.  The 2018 Conference: “Child Sex Tourism and Trafficking – tackling the problem within our borders and beyond” -  presented by Air...

Sign the Petition and Stop Child Sex Vacations

Join Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada and Stop Child Sex Vacations by Registered Child Sex Offenders.  Sign the Petition at  http://chn.ge/2zRUtWj via @CdnChange Read the Call to Action              

Supreme Court restores conviction in child pornography case

 A person who puts child pornography (child sexual images) into his computer cannot escape prosecution simply because no one saw him download it.

Who We Are

Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada is a national, bilingual advocacy organization advancing the rights of children everywhere to be free from sexual abuse and exploitation. We are a registered charity without political or religious affiliation.

Beyond Borders is the Canadian representative of ECPAT International, a global network of 118 organizations in more than 100 countries. It is also the Canadian representative for the Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism.

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Media Awards

Honouring Canadian journalists covering child sexual exploitation issues.

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Man To Man

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W5: Exposing child sex tourism in the Dominican Republic youtu.be/p65lqLercz4 via @YouTube

NAFTA negotiators protect children in new trade deal - mailchi.mp/e9b280c04eff/nafta-negotiators-protect-children-in-new-trade-deal

Child sexual exploitation: It’s time to talk about it.