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John Tanagho, Executive Director, IJM Center to End Online Sexual Exploitation of Children, presents some of the main findings and recommendations from the latest Scale of Harm study.
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European day against child sexual abuse: stronger engagement with victims and survivors needed to stop stigmatisation and prevent further crime, says Secretary General
On the occasion of the 2023 European day against child sexual abuse, the Council of Europe joins WeProtect Global Alliance.
Child sexual exploitation and abuse online is one of the most urgent and defining global issues of our generation
Our most comprehensive report yet shows how the global response to child sexual exploitation and abuse online needs a new approach.
A global study of childhood experiences of 18-20 year olds conducted by ECONOMIST IMPACT.
To tackle this complex, global issue, everyone with a role to protect children online needs to work together
Our framework approach breaks down the response into a series of themes with supporting capabilities:
Our two flagship frameworks help governments and organisations structure their resources to protect children against being sexually exploited online, nationally and globally:
Framework to coordinate the development of comprehensive national action across government, law enforcement, industry and civil society to
Framework to help set objectives and provide a comprehensive global strategy to eliminate child sexual exploitation and abuse online.