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Publisher: Brave Movement, ChildFund Alliance, Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, Office of the UN Representative of the Secretary General to End Violence against Children, Plan International, Save the Children, UNICEF, World Vision (Report)
The report provides an assessment of Official Development Assistance to end violence against children.
A coordinated response between different sectors, industries and countries is needed to prevent child sexual exploitation and abuse online, and safeguard children Why is this needed? Online-facilitated exploitation and abuse…
Publisher: PA Consulting (Media)
The Springboard programme intends to provide young people and organisations with an interesting and engaging opportunity to connect and share ideas.
Publisher: Scotiabank (Case study)
Project Shadow is a public-private partnership, created by Scotiabank and co-led with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P), to identify and report money laundering associated with proceeds from child…
Publisher: Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), ECPAT International, UNICEF (Blog)
A blog post on the Declaration and the Regional Plan of Action on the Protection of Children from all Forms of Online Exploitation and Abuse in ASEAN.
Publisher: Barnardo's, Every Child Protected Against Trafficking, International Justice Mission UK, Internet Watch Foundation, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, WeProtect Global Alliance (Media)
A joint letter by 6 organisations, including WeProtect Global Alliance, published in ‘The Times’ following the UK Online Safety Bill being delayed.
Publisher: WeProtect Global Alliance (Press release)
14 organisations, including WeProtect Global Alliance, launch a campaign to support the European Commission’s proposal to tackle the rampant and growing spread of child sexual abuse online.
Publisher: Protect Children (Report)
This report shows the Finnish public’s support for better protection for children online.
Publisher: UNICEF (Report)
UNICEF’s new publication provides guidance on how to strengthen legislative frameworks to protect children from online sexual exploitation and abuse.