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Guide for National Planning:To Prevent, Stop and Redress Violations ofCommercial Sexual Exploitation of Children
ECPAT International
 
 2
ECPAT INTERNATIONAL: 
Guide for National Planning
TABLE
 
OF
 
CONTENTS
 
INTRODUCTION
 
4
 
Creating
 
National
 
Plans
 
of 
 
Action
 
7
 
Convention
 
on
 
the
 
Rights
 
of 
 
the
 
Child
 
and
 
the
 
Legal
 
Framework
 
8
 
PHASE
 
ONE
­
CREATING
 
 A
 
FAVORABLE
 
ENVIRONMENT
 
10
 
I.
 
Participation:
 
Creating
 
a
 
Network
 
against
 
CSEC
 
10
 
A.
 
Who
 
should
 
participate
 
and
 
Why
 
their
 
participation
 
is
 
required
 
11
 
B.
 
What
 
kind
 
of 
 
participation
 
could
 
have
 
an
 
influence:
 
Collaboration
 
and
 
Cooperation
 
16
 
C.
 
How
 
they
 
should
 
participate
 
19
 
D.
 
Child
 
and
 
Youth
 
Participation:
 
The
 
Responsibility
 
of 
 
Working
 
Together
 
22
 
II.
 
Situational
 
Analysis:
 
Gathering
 
and
 
Organizing
 
Information
 
on
 
CSEC
 
26
 
A.
 
Objectives
 
of 
 
the
 
Situational
 
Analysis
 
26
 
B.
 
Focusing
 
the
 
Research
 
28
 
C.
 
Work
 
Plan
 
34
 
D.
 
Research
 
Protocol
 
and
 
Tool
 
Development
 
35
 
PHASE
 
TWO
­
DESIGNING
 
 AND
 
FORMULATING
 
NATIONAL
 
PLANS
 
39
 
I.
 
Establishing
 
a
 
Framework
 
for
 
Action
 
39
 
A.
 
Constructing
 
a
 
National
 
Vision
 
to
 
combat
 
CSEC
 
39
 
B.
 
General
 
Considerations:
 
Avoiding
 
Obstacles
 
40
 
C.
 
Prioritizing
 
Problems
 
using
 
Data
 
Analysis
 
41
 
II.
 
Designing
 
Responses:
 
Policies,
 
Programs
 
and
 
Projects
 
43
 
A.
 
Breaking
 
down
 
the
 
Concepts
 
43
 
B.
 
Agenda
 
for
 
Action:
 
CSEC
 
Response
 
Measures
 
46
 
C.
 
National
 
Plan
 
of 
 
Action:
 
Topics
 
to
 
be
 
addressed
 
54
 
D.
 
Work
 
Plan
 
56
 
E.
 
Long
term
 
Focus
 
and
 
Continuation
 
of 
 
the
 
Process
 
57
 
F.
 
Resources
 
for
 
Implementation
 
58
 
G.
 
Management
 
of 
 
Resources
 
59
 
III.
 
National
 
Plan
 
of 
 
Action:
 
The
 
Final
 
Product
 
61
 
A.
 
Criteria
 
of 
 
a
 
Well
designed
 
NPA
 
61
 
B.
 
Examples
 
of 
 
Projects
 
and
 
Policies
 
62
 
C.
 
Model
 
of 
 
a
 
National
 
Action
 
Plan
 
64
 
D.
 
Getting
 
ready
 
to
 
implement
 
the
 
National
 
Plan
 
of 
 
Action
 
72
 
E.
 
Raising
 
Awareness
 
for
 
the
 
NPA’s
 
Implementation
 
72
 
 
 3
ECPAT INTERNATIONAL: 
Guide for National Planning
Glossary of Terms
CSE: Commercial Sexual ExploitationCSEC: Commercial Sexual Exploitation Of ChildrenCBOs: Community Based OrganizationsCRC: United Nations Convention on the Rights of the ChildIGOs: Inter-governmental organizationsILO: International Labor OrganizationINTERPOL: International Criminal Police OrganizationIOM: International Organization of MigrationISP: Internet Service ProviderNGOs: Non-governmental organizationsNPASWP:National Plan of ActionINTERPOL's Standing Working Party on Offences Against MinorsUN: United NationsUNDP: United Nations Development ProgramUNHCHR: United Nations High Commission for Human RightsUNICEF: United Nations International Children's FundWHO: World Health OrganizationUNWTO: United Nations World Tourism Organization
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:
We would like to thank Julie Déziel, Erica Olmstead and Brittany Twiss for their revisions andediting of this document.
This publication has been produced with the financial assistance of the Swedish International DevelopmentCooperation Agency (SIDA) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France, Groupe Développement and ECPAT Luxembourg. The views expressed herein are solelythose of ECPAT International. The support received from SIDA, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France does not constitute endorsement of the opinionsexpressed.Extracts from this publication may be freely reproduced provided that due acknowledgement is given to the sourceand to ECPAT International.Copyright © 2009, ECPAT International
(End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes)
 328/1 Phayathai Road, Bangkok 10400, Thailandwww.ecpat.netinfo@ecpat.net

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