See what the Alliance is doing on: Capacity building
A support and intervention service for children and young people run by civil society organisations or government.
A skilled, specialist statutory workforce that is trained, coordinated and available to provide support to CSEA victims.
Law enforcement capability with an explicit remit to lead, support and coordinate investigations into child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA) – both online and offline.
Ensuring that dedicated law enforcement officers, prosecutors and the judiciary have an expertise in tackling CSEA online and developing solutions for investigating content.
What is it? International commitments to capacity development (both cross-border technology-based improvements and systemic improvements within countries) and to the prevention of inadequate or ineffective state response systems.In addition, this…
Publisher: WeProtect Global Alliance (Tool)
Guidance for practitioners and decision-makers across the globe to reach the outcomes outlined in the Alliance’s Global Strategic Response.
Publisher: Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (Report, Tool)
Stop and prevent the abuse and sexual exploitation of minors on the Internet with our awareness-raising campaign, because the online protection of children and adolescents is a responsibility for everyone.
Publisher: Childhood USA, DeafKidz International, WeProtect Global Alliance (Briefing)
This intelligence briefing acts as a situational analysis of current perspectives and evidence on the sexual exploitation and abuse of children with disabilities online.
Publisher: WeProtect Global Alliance (Blog)
With more children than ever now engaging online, it is vital that they are both protected and enabled to engage safely. After the UN Committee on the Rights of the…
Publisher: Apolitical (Blog)
To coordinate the interventions of all stakeholders in addressing all forms of abuse, neglect and exploitation of children, the Philippine Government formed the Committee for the Special Protection of Children…