Many abusers contact children online – we need to stop this now
This blog post explores the findings of the new research by Protect Children on how, after viewing child sexual abuse material, many users directly contact children online.
Is Norway keeping children safe from sexual abuse online?
Ann Kristin Vervik and Julie Crutchley, respectively co-founder and Executive Director and Senior Adviser and Researcher at ECPAT Norway, share some insights from their report on the state of child sexual abuse online in Norway.
Apple’s fresh approach to child protection can be a game-changer
Chloe Setter, Head of Policy for WeProtect Global Alliance looks at Apple’s newly announced plans to boost its child protection efforts and explains why it feels like a pivotal moment in child safety.
A global race to stop and prevent abuse online
Australia’s eSafety Commission Julie Inman Grant explains the additional powers given to her office in this new legislation and how they have worked with industry to develop Safety by Design principles and tools.
#PlayYourPart – Community Participation to Drive Change for Child Safety
Young Indians' Project Masoom: building an inclusive and accessible movement across India to raise awareness and inspire action to tackle child sexual abuse.
A major step forwards for WeProtect Global Alliance
New website and Protectors’ Portal offer members greater opportunities to engage and help create a digital world designed to protect children from sexual exploitation and abuse.
How to conduct ethical research on sexual exploitation involving children
Research with children demands we do the best by them. Andrea Varrella of ECPAT shares learning from the ethical review of a joint ECPAT/WePROTECT project.
Working together against sexual abuse online: how technology can help
As Intel joins WePROTECT Global Alliance, Data Scientist Ed Dixon reflects on the need for industry, civil society and governments to work together to tackle this urgent and borderless crime.
Turning principles into action
Following an industry-only webinar for tech members of the Alliance, Liz Thomas (Regional Digital Safety Lead in Asia-Pacific for Microsoft) gives a brief overview of some of the key questions and themes that arose at the event.