Office move

We have relocated! Our new office address is: 

Thomas Clarkson House
The Stable Yard
Broomgrove Road
SW9 9TL 

Please note we are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our phone systems. If you have an urgent enquiry, please call 07402 113985


How you can help

Take action

ECPAT UK needs your support to ensure our message is heard. Please take action today to support us.

ECPAT UK is calling on the UK Government to ensure child victims of trafficking are fully protected. You can support our work if you have 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes or more to spare. You can make a difference!

In 1 minute you can:

  • Like our ECPAT UK Facebook page
  • Follow @ECPATUK on Twitter 
  • Sign up to the ECPAT UK e-news bulletin - fill in your name and email address in the purple box on the top right of this page
  • Sign our Walk Free petitions to end child trafficking in the UK and stop child abuse in tourism abroad


Support us

ECPAT UK supporters help us raise awareness and protect children from commercial sexual exploitation; making a real difference to the work we do. If you would like to support us, it is simple to make an online donation to ECPAT UK.

Donate with JustGiving

Simply click on the 'Donate with JustGiving' button above to make a secure online donation through JustGiving.


Fundraise for ECPAT UK

Help ECPAT UK stop child trafficking

You may be surprised to hear that each year criminals bring hundreds of children to the UK for abuse in domestic servitude, sexual exploitation and other forms of forced labour. 

Just last year, for example, 700 children were found in horrendous circumstances of human trafficking, a 35% increase on the previous year. 

Your help is so urgently needed to stop this alarming trend.


Attend an ECPAT UK event

There are no public events planned for the moment, but please watch this space for regular updates! Even better, sign up to our e-news bulletin in the purple box on the right to receive regular updates about our events and campaigns.


ECPAT UK job vacancies

We have no job opportunities at the moment. 

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Volunteer at ECPAT UK

ECPAT UK relies on committed volunteers to support the work that we do. Without their help, we would not be able to campaign as effectively against child exploitation.


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ECPAT UK is the leading expert voice on child trafficking in the UK and we offer a comprehensive training programme focused on safeguarding young people from trafficking, modern slavery, and transnational abuse. To find out more visit our training page

Latest updates

Governments must make good global promises on child labour

12th June 2017

ECPAT UK is calling on governments across the world to honour the commitment to eradicate child labour on global World Day Against Child Labour (12th June).

On this global…

Mayor of London prioritises anti-trafficking efforts

3 May 2017

The Mayor and Deputy Mayor for Policing & Crime have answered calls from NGOs to outline their plans to strengthen London’s response to human trafficking, after a staggering…

Record number of UK child trafficking cases reported in 2016

3 April 2017

Child trafficking referrals increased by 30% to 1,278 in 2016, the highest on record according to the latest figures from the National Crime Agency. 

The National…

New ECPAT UK project: Local authorities supported to innovate child trafficking responses

31 March 2017

ECPAT UK has been selected by the government to deliver an innovative project aimed at improving the local response to child trafficking and all forms of modern slavery and exploitation.

#LostinMigration exposes desperate circumstances for lone migrant children in Europe

1 March 2017

An influential coalition of children’s’ rights charities, including ECPAT UK, have today called on EU and national ministers to end the disappearance, suffering…

British child abuser guilty of 45 crimes against Thai and UK children

01 February 2017

Serial child abuser, and retired English teacher, Mark Frost, formerly Andrew Tracey, has pleaded guilty to 45 counts of rape and sexual assault of children in the UK and Thailand,…