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

aircanada_foundation_ENGBeyond 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.

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Announcing the nominees for the 2016 Media Awards and new category

12 Canadian journalists have been nominated for the 2016 Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada Media Awards.  A new International Media category has been established for work by Canadian journalists on Canadian stories produced for media outlets outside Canada....
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Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada 2016 Media Awards now accepting entries

Since 2003, Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada has honoured Canadian journalists who raise awareness about child sexual exploitation.  Submissions are now open for the 2016 Media Awards.  ...
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Socks up for kids

  Professional baseball players pull their socks up for kids raising awareness and funds to fight child sexual exploitation.
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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.
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AccorHotels signs ‘The Code’ in Canada

AccorHotels signs The Code in Canada to combat child sexual exploitation in travel and tourism.
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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 more than 90 organizations in 84 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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Honouring Canadian journalists covering child sexual exploitation issues.

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eepurl.com/cpPUuz 12 journalists nominated for 2016 Beyond Borders Media Awards

RT @nationalpost: Cycle of indigenous child sexual abuse likely to dominate inquiry into murdered and missing women natpo.st/2gtuHhX

Media Awards submission deadline extended to November 15, 2016eepurl.com/cmh2Uv

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