Child sexual exploitation
The European Commission has adopted today two Reports on the prevention and combating of trafficking in human beings and the protection of victims of trafficking. This Report responds to the requirements of Article 23 of the Directive and aims to effectively promote the objectives of the Directive.
Re-ACT project: Reinforcing Assistance to child victims of trafficking.
End Child Prostitution and Trafficking (ecpat France)
Total cost of the action: EUR 450.540,31.
EU contribution: EUR 360.432,25.
24 months from 01 November 2015.
End Child Prostitution and Trafficking Deutschland
VS/2012/0405 – (DG EMPL.A2)
FILCAMS CGIL – Federazione Italiana Lavoratori Commercio Alberghi Mense e Servizi (Trade Union)
- Total cost of the action: EUR 163,363.38
- EU contribution: EUR 124,735.69 (79.9%)
24 months from 18 December 2012
The priority of this call is to prevent and combat sexual harassment and/or sexual violence against women and girls, in particular in one or more of the following contexts: the workplace, in schools and universities and through new technologies and social media.
Report from the Commission based on Article 12 of Council Framework Decision of 22 December 2003 on combating the sexual exploitation of children and child pornography
This report concludes that most Member States have adopted the necessary measures to comply with the provisions of the Framework Decision on combating the sexual exploitation of children and child pornography. The Commission notes the need to revise the Framework Decision, in particular to deal with offences related to developments in electronic communications technologies.