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Find out how and why children can be trafficked, eg for sexual abuse, benefit fraud, forced marriage, forced labour or criminal activity.
Preventing child trafficking
How we can protect children and young people from child trafficking and modern slavery.
Helping children who’ve been trafficked
Find out how you can help protect children who have been trafficked or are at risk of child trafficking.
Fighting against child trafficking in refugee camps
28 May 2018 / News
We’re demanding a Brexit-proof system to protect child trafficking in Europe.
NSPCC Scotland response to the Human Trafficking (Scotland) Bill
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Our submission in response to the Human Trafficking (Scotland) Bill in January 2014.
We must work together to prevent child trafficking
29 July 2015 / News
Our Child Trafficking Advice Centre is working with Vietnam, Nigeria and Romania to help stop vulnerable children from being trafficked into the UK.
Who is affected by child trafficking
Boys and girls of all ages can be victims of child trafficking - find out more about what puts children at risk.
NSPCC Northern Ireland response to draft Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Criminal Justice and Support for Victims) (Independent Guardian) Regulations (Northern Ireland)
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Our submission in response to draft Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Criminal Justice and Support for Victims) (Independent Guardian) Regulations (Northern Ireland) in November 2015.
Child trafficking facts and statistics
Facts and statistics about child trafficking
National Referral Mechanism (NRM)
Factsheet explaining the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) and how it works to identify and support victims of trafficking, ensuring they receive appropriate care.
A Memorandum of Understanding between the NSPCC's CTAC and the HSB and the PSNI
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An MOU between our Child Trafficking Advice Centre and the Health and Social Care Board and the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
Signs, symptoms and effects of child trafficking
Signs that a child has been trafficked may not be obvious – but you might notice unusual behaviour or events.
Child sexual exploitation facts and statistics
Facts and statistics about child sexual exploitation
Lam talks about how his desire to find employment in the UK was exploited by child traffickers, and how CTAC helped him.
Signs, indicators and effects
Find out more about the signs, symptoms, indicators and effects of child sexual exploitation.
NSPCC response to All Party Parliamentary Group on Runaway and Missing Children and Adults
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Paper submitted in response to a call for evidence by the parliamentary inquiry into looked after children who go missing from care.
Gracie tells how she was forced into sex work at age 11, then trafficked to the UK where later CTAC helped her claim asylum.
Preventing child sexual exploitation
How we can protect children and young people from sexual exploitation.
NSPCC written evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights
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NSPCC written evidence to the inquiry into the human rights of unaccompanied migrant children and young people in the UK.
NSPCC Northern Ireland response to the Department of Justice consultation on the Victims Charter 2014
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Our submission in response to the Department of Justice consultation on the Victims Charter 2014.
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