APLE Cambodia Joins ECPAT International’s Report Launch

Mr. Seila Samleang, APLE Executive Director [right end], attended ECPAT International's Report Launch on "Offenders On the Move – Global Study on Sexual Exploitation of Children in Tourism and Tourism 2016," Bangkok, 12 May 2016. APLE Cambodia is one of ECPAT's 67 partners worldwide.

For more information and access to the full study, visit the Global Study website: www.globalstudysectt.org

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