See what the Alliance is doing on: Child and survivor perspectives
Ensuring media reporting of CSEA is ethical, informed and balanced, and covered in a sensitive manner with victims’ dignity and rights respected at all times. This is best approached by…
Children and young people are encouraged and enabled to give their ideas and influence the development of CSEA-related policy and practices.
Research to understand children’s online vulnerabilities to sexual exploitation and abuse is key to designing relevant, appropriate and targeted safety education material and systems.
Children merit specific protection with regard to their personal data, as they may be less aware of the risks, consequences and safeguards concerned and their rights in relation to the…
The protection of the victims’ privacy and dignity by the timely removal of all exploitative material.
Victims and survivors are a vital part of understanding the impact and best responses to CSEA online. With their consent and supported active participation throughout, it can be possible for…
Publisher: 5Rights Foundation (Briefing)
The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child have written how children should be treated in the digital world. This shorter version was written by young people for other…
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.
Publisher: Phoenix 11 (Media)
Survivors of child sexual abuse material demand action from tech one year after key players support online anti-exploitation principles.
Publisher: New York Times (Media)
Why does Canada allow this company to profit off videos of exploitation and assault?