International Hotline Numbers-Report Child Sex Tourism

International Hotline Numbers-Report Child Sex Tourism


ECPAT Brazil
Salvador Office +55 71 321 5196
+55 71 321 5202
Brasilla Office +55 061 274 6632
Fundacion PANIAMOR
+55 061 274 6632


+855 23 213 021
+852 2351 6060
National Level Emergency hotline: +86 – 1- 65 20 39 69, Operation   Modalities: Free of charge.
Operating 24 hours. Denouncers can maintain anonymity.
Local levels Emergency hotline: 110, Operation Modalities: Free of   charge.
Operating 24 hours. Denouncers can maintain anonymity.
Movimiento Para el
Autodesarrollo Internacional
de la Solidaridad (MAIS) de Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
+1 809 244 4087
EQUATIONS India +91 (80) 25457607 /   25457659
New Dehli Office +91 98 11 729 093
Maiti Nepal


National Coalition   for the Elimination of Commercial Sexual
Exploitation of Children Indonesia
+62 61 6637821
ECPAT Japan Kansai +81 6 4790 6189
ECPAT/STOP Japan +81 3 5338 3226 (japanese only)


ECPIK +254 20 605378


National Level   Emergency Hotline Police   Headquarters: +60 – 3 – 292 44 44
Any nearest Police   Station Malaysian Control   Center: +60 – 3 – 202 09 99
Operation   Modalities: Special   service(s)/telephone(s)/hotline(s) to denounce the incidents and practices of   child sex tourism
Toll free Teledera   Line – 8003040 to report   child abuse cases.
Department of Social   Welfare 6-16th Floor, Wisma   Shen Jalan Masjid India, 50564
Kuala Lumpur Tel: +60 3 292 50   11, Fax: +60 3 293 42 70.
Police Headquarters, Bukit Aman, Anti Vice Section, 50560 Kuala   Lumpur, Tel: +60 3 202 09 99.
Local Level   Emergency Hotline Any   State/District/Welfare Department & Police Stations.
Free of charge. Operating 24 hours (Police only). Operating 8.00 a.m. – 04.15   p.m. (Others).
Denouncers can maintain anonymity.


ECPAT Mexico +52 5 702 5855


Pakistan Pediatric   Association +92 91 581 4176
+92 91 251 195


ECPAT Philippines +63 2 920 8151
+63 2 441 5108
Cebu Office +63 32 253 1467

South Africa

Child Welfare +27 (0) 11 492-2888

Sri Lanka

National Level Emergency hotline: 44 18 88
Operation   Modalities: Special service(s)/telephone(s)/hotline(s) to denounce the incidents and practices of child sex tourism:
Tel. 44 18 88, Fax. 44 00 01, E-mail: ctb,   Not free of charge
Operating 24 hours, Denouncers can maintain anonymity
Deputy Inspector   General Sri Lanka Police,   Police Headquarters, Colombo 01.
Tel/Fax: +94-01-329 917
Other   characteristics: Postal Address (only   for complaints of child abuse): P.O. Box 1595, Colombo


ECPAT Taiwan +886 2 6610 6616


ECPAT Foundation   Thailand +66 53 750 167




Beijing cracks down on bizarre apartment-top villa

Beijing cracks down on bizarre apartment-top villa


A medicine mogul spent six years building his own private mountain peak and luxury villa atop a high-rise apartment block in China’s capital, earning the unofficial title of “most outrageous illegal structure.” Now, authorities are giving him 15 days to tear it down.

The craggy complex of rooms, rocks, trees and bushes looming over the 26-story building looks like something built into a seaside cliff, and has become the latest symbol of disregard for the law among the rich as well as the rampant practice of building illegal additions.

Angry neighbors say they’ve complained for years that the unauthorized, 800-square-foot mansion was damaging the building’s structural integrity and its pipe system, but that local authorities failed to crack down. They’ve also complained about loud, late-night parties.

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China Warning for New Zealand on GE food

China Warning for New Zealand on GE food

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Scientists at the International Conference on Ethnic Food Cultures and Food Safety, Kunming, China presented on a broad range of topics from ethnic and cultural values of food, to the evidence of harm caused by genetically engineered (GE) foods.

“China showed great leadership in opening up the debate on GE foods by inviting a group of leading scientists and doctors to present evidence about the cultural, environmental and serious health problems of GE food,” said GE-Free NZ president Claire Bleakley, who attended the conference.

The conference line-up of world class scientists included experts from New Zealand. Professor Jack Heinemann from Canterbury presented a 50-year comparison of agricultural methods in the US and Europe that shows the introduction of GE plants has impacted negatively on yields, diversity and pesticide use across America.

His study shows reductions in diversity, yield and sustainable farming practices since five commercial GE food crops (soy, corn, cotton, canola, sugar beets) became commercialised in the US.

“The performance indicators overseas and worldwide consumer demand for GE- free food show that there would be a negative impact on the economic viability of any farmers growing GE food here.”

Other scientists warned about resistance in weeds and insects which has become catastrophic for farmers.

High levels of pesticides are being sprayed on the plants in an effort to control invading pests and weeds that have become resistant. UK scientist Dr. Mae Wan Ho said dangerous levels of these pesticides are now being detected in the urine of animals and humans.

The results of the longest animal feeding study conducted on GE foods were also presented to the conference in China.

French scientist Professor Gilles Seralini presented shocking evidence of harm to the health of animals eating GE foods identified in a groundbreaking lifetime feeding studies on rats. The study found severe stomach inflammation, liver and kidney and endocrine disruption, reproductive failure and formation of tumors.

“The headline message from the conference in China is for New Zealand to ensure its food security and continue to prohibit the contaminating and ecologically damaging use of GE seed, ” said Claire Bleakley, president of GE Free NZ.

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