ECPAT International

ECPAT International has chosen Pattaya as a site for research into migration of children who often end up homeless or exploited. Mark Capaldi, head researcher for the child-welfare organization, listened to stories and problems associated with child migration at a city hall session sponsored by the...
Pattaya-area hoteliers and tour operators learned how to better protect children against commercial sexual exploitation in travel and tourism at a one-day seminar organized by ECPAT International and its The Code initiative.

ECPAT International meets in Pattaya

Wednesday, 06 February 2013 14:52
Representatives from a Thailand-based global network of organizations working to eliminate child prostitution met in Pattaya to educate public officials and social workers on trafficking, exploitation and child rights.
Government, education and social-welfare officials met in Pattaya to draft measures intended to improve child protection in Chonburi. Chonburi Deputy Gov. Pornchai Khwansakul presided over the Feb. 1 meeting at the Diana Garden Resort attended by representatives from the Bureau of Child Promotion and Protection, Banglamung...