Philippines Alternative ngo report 2011 Optional Protocol on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography (opsc) ecpat philippines

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Philippines Alternative NGO Report 2011

Optional Protocol on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography (OPSC)

ECPAT Philippines
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ALTERNATIVE REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE OPTIONAL PROTOCOL TO THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD ON THE SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD PROSTITUTION AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

October 2011
Philippines

Editor:

ECPAT Philippines

143 Anonas Extension, Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City 1101, Philippines

Telephone: (63-2) 9208151: Fax: (63-2) 4415108

Email: ecpatphil@gmail.com
Compilation text and coordination:

This Alternative NGO Report was coordinated by ECPAT Philippines.


Cooperation/Experts:

Dolores Alforte

Josefina Alforque

Alice Jalland

Francois Xavier Souchet

Editing:

Josefina Alforque

Dolores Alforte

Francois Xavier Souchet

List of Acronyms

AKAP-BATA A non-profit Children’s Service Provider

AIDS Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

CATWAP Coalition against Trafficking in Women – Asia Pacific

CSEC Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

CSOs Civil Society Organizations

CST Child Sex Tourism

CICL Children in conflict with the Law

CSPC Committee for the Special Protection of Children

CWC Council for the Welfare of Children

DepEd Department of Education

DILG Department of the Interior and Local Government

DOH Department of Health

DOJ Department of Justice

DSWD Department of Social Welfare and Development

ECPAT Phil End Child Prostitution Child Pornography and Trafficking of children for sexual purposes

HIV Human Immunodeficiency Virus

IACACP Inter-agency committee for the Anti-Child Pornography Act

IACAT Inter-Agency Council against Trafficking

ICAB Inter-country Adoption Board

JJWC Juvenile Justice Welfare Council.

KBP Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas

LCPC Local Council on the Protection of Children

LGU Local Government Units

MNSAT Multi-Sectorial Network Against Trafficking

NBI National Bureau of Investigation

NPS National Prosecution Service

NGO Non government Organization

NPAC National Plan of Action for Children

PACT Philippines against Child Trafficking

Philippines

PREDA People’s Recovery, Empowerment Development Assistance Foundation Inc.

PNP Philippine National Police

PSL Personal Safety Lessons

RSCWC Regional Sub-Committee for children

RA Republic Act

SBMS Subaybay Bata Monitoring System

SC SACSEC Sub Committee on Sexual Abuse and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

STI Sexually Transmitted Infection

TIP Trafficking in Persons

UNCRC United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

UNICEF United Nations Children’s Fund


VFF Visayan Forum Foundation

Table of Contents


List of Acronyms 3

Table of Contents 4

Executive Summary 4

Key Recommendations 5

Introduction 8

General Information 9

Data Collection and Management 10

Substantive Analysis 15

Reference List: 26



Executive Summary


This alternative report was coordinated by ECPAT Philippines and endorsed by the Philippines NGO Coalition. There were many contributors to the report from interested non-government organizations and government departments as well as experts in the field of Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Filipino Child Protection Laws. These individuals, working groups and NGOs kindly submitted for this report in consideration to Article 45 (a) of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and express immense gratitude for the Committee on the Rights of the Child or the recognition of this report.

Part of the information presented in this document is based on the Global Monitoring Reports on the Status of Action Against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children from 2006 and 2011. These documents are produced by ECPAT International in order to provide comprehensive baseline of information on actions taken and remaining gaps for addressing CSEC, based on the framework of the Agenda for Action from the first World Congress against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.

In the writing of this report the existing information on OPSC concerns were identified and collected. To generate the data on OPSC, ECPAT Philippines utilized various methods to reach well-founded conclusions concerning the areas of the OPSC. It was evident that there were deficits of information. To investigate this, ECPAT Philippines developed a questionnaire, which was sent out to prominent stakeholders in areas of child protection. Some interviews were conducted with selected target persons, which in some way or another deal with one of the three areas of the Optional Protocol. This information was evaluated and discussed internally at ECPAT then verified with the various contributors. The final task was to create recommendations in relation to the information collected to be used as evidence that there needs to be more detailed studies or data collections in the affected areas.
This is the first Alternative NGO Report for the Philippines on the OPSC. The report aims to strengthen and follow up the previous commitment to this protocol. Also the report endeavours to evaluate the measures taken by the Philippine Government since participating and affirming its commitments to the 2008 Brazil World Congress III on the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. The authors of this report hope to make a contribution to the evaluation of the measures taken by the Philippines Government in these areas of minimizing CSEC.


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