Journey to Thailand with ECPAT-USA

Journalist Daniela Petrova covered our Advocacy Journey to Thailand for The New York Times Travel section.

Journalist Daniela Petrova covered our Advocacy Journey to Thailand for The New York Times Travel section.

Take a trip that matters. Travel with ECPAT-USA this October 15-24, 2017 as we return to Thailand. As seen in The New York Times, this trip will give participants an invaluable perspective on the issue of sex trafficking and exploitation, and the opportunity to meet face-to-face with the luminaries in the fight to end this form of modern day slavery.

Our delegation will visit ECPAT International’s headquarters in Bangkok, the Code office, government offices, and advocates who are protecting children’s freedom. This Advocacy Journey includes several cultural excursions, plus visits to the beautiful countrysides of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. View this Journey’s itinerary here. Email kelly@ecpatusa.org for more details and registration.

Trip fee: $3,530 per person, which includes a $500 tax-deductible donation to ECPAT. Guests cover own airfare to and from country.


As Seen In

 
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[U]nlike regular tourists, we knew the hardships these women faced, and I left the village grateful that I had contributed — however minimally — to the work of Ecpat-USA and the Thai groups we had met. Months later, the smiles on the Akha women’s faces shine brighter in my memories of Thailand than its gilded temples.
— Daniela Petrova, The New York Times

Journey to Colombia

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In July of 2017 we are leading a new Advocacy Journey to Cartagena, Colombia. Like our Thailand trip, this journey gives travelers an educative perspective about the issue of human trafficking and sexual exploitation, along with sharing the inspiring work being done on the ground to combat it. On this journey, you will gain invaluable knowledge of human trafficking while experiencing the beauty of Colombia: its world heritage sites, its incredible cuisine, and the hospitality of its people.

Registration is now closed for our 2017 trip, but check back for details on the 2018 trip. Email kelly@ecpatusa.org for more details and how to register.