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Global Threat Assessment 2021

Our most comprehensive report yet shows how the global response to child sexual exploitation and abuse online needs a new approach.

We are also publishing the findings from:

  • A global survey of over 5,000 young adults about childhood exposure to online sexual harms, conducted by Economist Impact.
  • A survey of tech companies on what they’re doing to address the issue.
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Protectors’ Portal: a new way to network

By working together we can make change happen to better protect children from sexual exploitation and abuse online.

To facilitate cross-sector working, we invite our members to join the Protectors’ Portal to:

  • Network with other professionals
  • Share your organisation’s insights
  • Collaborate to develop solutions
  • Advocate for your approaches

The portal is reserved for professionals who work for Alliance member organisations. Please register here.

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A new way to navigate

Our two flagship frameworks to help governments and organisations structure their resources to protect children against being sexually exploited online:

Model National Response
WePROTECT Model National Response

Framework to coordinate the development of
comprehensive national action across government, law enforcement, industry and civil society to

Global Strategic Response
Global Threat Assessment landscape

Framework to help set objectives and provide a comprehensive global strategy to eliminate child sexual exploitation and abuse online.

The two frameworks break down the response into a series of themes with supporting capabilities. To simplify access to information on this website, we have created a new set of focus areas that align with the framework capabilities.