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Pledge your support to end child trafficking

Child victims of trafficking are recruited, transported, transferred, harbored or received for the purpose of exploitation. Putting a stop to all forms of child trafficking is critical to UNICEF's work.

Child trafficking in Canada

Trafficking is not just a problem that happens to people in other countries. Canada is a source and transit country, and is also considered a destination point for victims of child trafficking and exploitation. Trafficking can happen to children and adults regardless of ethnicity, socioeconomic background, education, gender, age or citizenship.

UNICEF's child protection work

  • Helping to provide a living wage for parents so that their children do not have to work to support the family and can attend school instead;
  • Advocating to governments and other partners to develop laws and strengthen child protection systems to prevent and respond to violence, exploitation and abuse;
  • Working with communities and faith-based organizations to change harmful societal norms that make children more vulnerable to exploitation; and
  • Supporting the training of professionals working with children including social workers, health workers and police and border officials to help stop trafficking.


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