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Publisher: ECPAT International (Press release)
Publisher: WeProtect Global Alliance (Press release)
“Twenty years ago, [child sexual abuse images] online were a problem; 10 years ago, an epidemic. Now, the crisis is at breaking point.” New York Times, 2019 When in August…
Publisher: WeProtect Global Alliance (Report)
A FrameWorks UK strategic brief outlines challenges for communicating about child sexual exploitation and abuse online and offers preliminary recommendations.
Publisher: NAPAC (Tool)
A series of seven booklets produced by the National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC).
Publisher: Child Rescue Coalition, UK Home Office (Media, Press release)
3 videos available in 10 different native languages. Stand alone and link together from different perspectives.
The use of universally-agreed terminology relating to CSEA to enable information and ideas to be communicated rapidly and legibly amongst all stakeholders.
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.
A national education programme to raise awareness of CSEA (both offline and online) – empowering children, young people, parents, guardians, caregivers and practitioners with information about CSEA; their rights to…
Publisher: Young Indians (Blog)
Young Indians’ Project Masoom: building an inclusive and accessible movement across India to raise awareness and inspire action to tackle child sexual abuse.
Regular education and outreach through accessible channels that are appropriate to age, gender, race, disability, culture and nationality / language.
Ethical, balanced and informed media reporting, a consistent use of terminology and a positive inclusion of victims / survivors, where appropriate.
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: NSPCC (Report)
There are diverse and often conflicting opinions on the extent to which platforms should adopt online privacy and safety features, but the overwhelming majority of participants agree that child safety…
Publisher: Internet Watch Foundation (Media)
Information campaign: Everyday girls are contacted online by adults who try to manipulate and sexually exploit them. Block, Report, and Tell someone you trust.
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: 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: Council of Europe (Report)
This Handbook is for people who work with children in a professional capacity in schools and other education settings, hospitals and other health care settings, alternative care settings, child protection…
Publisher: The Guardian (Media)
Mainstream pornography sites are ‘changing what is normal’, warns child abuse expert Michael Sheath.
Publisher: New York Times (Media)
Why does Canada allow this company to profit off videos of exploitation and assault?
Publisher: WeProtect Global Alliance (Blog)
The drafters of Article 4 – the right not to be held in slavery or servitude – could not have foreseen the role of future technology in the abuse of…