Desk review of existing information on the sexual exploitation of children (SEC) in Hungary, Central Europe. The overview gathers existing publicly available information on sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism (SECTT), online child sexual exploitation (OCSE), trafficking of children for sexual purposes, sexual exploitation of children through prostitution, child early and forced marriage (CEFM) and identifies gaps, research needs, and recommendations.

The review is available in English and Hungarian.

Magyarország – Országjelentés - ECPAT International and Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation, 2021 DOWNLOAD
Hungary – Country Overview - ECPAT International and Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation, 2021 DOWNLOAD

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