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Child Sex Tourism in the Real and Virtual World. Shved Olha ECPAT International (End Child Prostitution, Pornography and Trafficking) Materials - Ron O’Grady, Honorary President and Patchareeboon Sakulpitakphon, ECPAT Program Officer. History of Sex tourism.

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Child sex tourism in the real and virtual world

Child Sex Tourism in the Real and Virtual World

Shved Olha

ECPAT International (End Child Prostitution, Pornography and Trafficking)

Materials - Ron O’Grady, Honorary President and

Patchareeboon Sakulpitakphon, ECPAT Program Officer


History of sex tourism

History of Sex tourism

  • As a global industry appeared in Asia duringVietnam War, when USA troupes came to region(1961 till 1973 )

  • At regular intervals battle-weary young men were sent to friendly neighboring countries to recover from the fighting. Hong Kong, the Philippines, and Thailand were the main destinations. The closest country was Thailand and it was also the most popular.


Child sex tourism in the real and virtual world

Pattaya has a deserved reputation, having cultivated it's formidable sex industry during the Vietnam war era when our boys came to this onetime fisherman's village for some much needed R&R. The place caters nearly exclusivel to sex tourists, mostly from Europe.There were the occasional non-sex tourist types, as evidenced by the odd elderly or middle-aged married couple holding hands (or as we saw once, a couple holding hands with a Thai girl in the middle). And of course there was Eva and I, not there for the prostitution, but looking as if we were. Well, looking as if I was.It was a little disconcerting walking down the street holding Eva's hand, knowing that the local people were probably making not-so-wild assumptions. I did my best not o make eye contact with the other white men surrounding me, partially because it was too much to handle (like the man with hearing aid nibbling on some pretty young thing) but mostly because it just felt so icky-sticky-wrong. One time I made eye contact with one of the middle-agers who gave me the knowing nod, as if to say "Good going, mate. Have a great time!" Yeesh.Read more: http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-entries/adamandeva/asiatrek_2006/1144489620/tpod.html#ixzz1FmaygqaX

source:http://www.vhfcn.org/stat.html

8.7 million US troops

Most military were aged 18 to 19 years. 61% of all casualties were under the age of 20 years.


Brothels clubs bars and massage salons

Brothels, clubs, bars and massage salons

  • For many local Thai it was like winning the lottery. Young Thai women flocked to Bangkok in their thousands to provide comfort and sexual experiences for the young soldiers. Many young girls made as much money in a single night as their parents had earned in a whole lifetime working in the rice fields of the north.


Child sex tourism in the real and virtual world

Every month 5 000 -10 000 soldiers arrived in

Bangkok


1990 chiangmai first conference

1990 – Chiangmai – first conference


Child sex tourism cst started in asia

Child sex tourism (CST) started in Asia

  • Seamen and soldiers told and wrote letters about cheap sex to the whole world

  • Children's sex tourism began to develop in parallel because of the imperfect legislation and child protection system

  • Definition of CST was presented by Sabine


Brothel in ranong

Brothel in Ranong

Burmese tribal girls. 102 small cubicles. Stench terrible.144 girls - 95 escorted back across border


Andrew late 30s from sydney girl age 13 years

Andrew late 30s from Sydney. Girl age 13 years


Opening of office in bangkok in 1994

Opening of office in Bangkok in 1994

First President of ECPAT with Thai Minister


Ecpat 20 years of activism

ECPAT - 20 YEARS OF ACTIVISM

1997

1999

2004

1996 – 2001 - 2008

2009 – 2010


Child sex tourism in the real and virtual world

ECPAT’s Mandate:

Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children [CSEC]


Child sex tourism cst and relation with csec

Child Sex Tourism (CST) and relation with CSEC

CST and Trafficking

CST and Child Pornography

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Child sex tourism cst

Child Sex Tourism (CST)

Origin

  • Travel agency

  • Tour operator

  • Airline

  • On-line booking agency

  • Between

  • Aeroplane

  • Bus

  • Train

  • Boat

Destination

  • Hotel, guesthouse, rented apartment

  • Tour operator

  • Taxis, car-rental companies

  • Bars, restaurants

  • Clubs


In the news

In the News…

28 February 2012 - Thailand

Court sentenced a woman to 41 years for forcing her 3 girls [aged 8 , 9, 10 years] into prostitution with foreign men.

July 2011 – Ukraine

30 years old foreigner arrested for rape of two 13 years girls

August 2011 - Ukraine

A teacher from Crimea spreads on Internet for sale photos and video with naked boys. The resource has been focused on foreigners and took place on the Canadian server, that is closed for viewing in Ukraine and Russia. He also proposed to organize the real sex with chosen boys. One of the customer, 50 y.o. – UK citizen, lives in Australia came to Crimea and was arrested during photo session with boys. At the moment 5 victims age of 10-15 (started their “business” at 8 y.o) have been indentified


The first two organizations to recognize problem of child pornography

The first two organizations to recognize problem of child pornography


Child sex tourism online

Child sex tourism online

  • Saint Petersburg – 2004. Scandinavian people

  • in Internet recommended where to find children in city

  • (name of metro stations and addresses of parents)

  • and how much to pay

  • 2. Ukraine - Promotion of prostitution through Skype and

  • Internet (possible to find minors) –

  • research of La Strada Ukraine in 2011

  • 3. In Nepal * 81 % of children answered that tourists

  • photographed their naked bodies or showed pornography

  • 4. Solicitation (grooming) of children by chats, video online, pornography, Skype – everywhere

  • 5. Moldova – Italian man had contact and made child porno through Skype - 2011

  • .


Child sex tourism online1

Child sex tourism online

  • 6. Thailand – February 2012. ECPAT International

  • received a tip-off which resulted in the Royal Thai Police

  • shutting down an online paedophile website based out

  • of Thailand. The website, known as KhonRakDekh,

  • meaning 'Love Children' in Thai, was used by paedophil

  • to share pornographic material of children, many of

  • whom appeared to be as young as eight years old.

  • Advice was shared between users on the best ways to

  • gain access to children in Thailand. The Royal Thai

  • Police have launched an investigation to track down the

  • website's owner and are making efforts to rescue the

  • children


Extraterritorial legislation

Extraterritorial Legislation

There are currently 44 countries that have extraterritorial legislation to prosecute their nationals for sexual exploitation of a child in a foreign country

  • Algeria

  • Andorra

  • Australia

  • Austria

  • Belgium

  • Bulgaria

  • Canada

  • Chile

  • China

  • Costa Rica

  • Cyprus

  • Denmark

  • Ethiopia

  • Finland

  • France

  • Germany

  • Iceland

  • Indonesia

  • Ireland

  • Italy

  • Japan

  • Kyrgyzstan

  • Laos

  • Luxembourg

  • Mauritius*

  • Mexico

  • Morocco

  • Netherlands

  • New Zealand

  • Norway

  • Portugal

  • Singapore

  • Slovenia

  • South Africa

  • Spain

  • Sudan

  • Sweden

  • Switzerland

  • Taiwan

  • Thailand

  • Togo

  • Ukraine

  • United Kingdom

  • United States

(*) Addressing child trafficking only


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • The tourism industry and Internet technologies has an impact on the lives of children

  • Their rights must be protected as stronger as quicker develop tourism and Internet technologies

  • Cooperation of businesses, governmental institutions and NGOs can be very effective in prevention and protection


Thank you

Thank you!

ECPAT International,

Bangkok, [email protected]

Shved Olha, [email protected]

Tel. +380 44 425 21 58 Kyiv


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