See what the Alliance is doing on: International collaboration
Publisher: The World Economic Forum’s Global Coalition for Digital Safety (Media)
These principles aim to strengthen public–private cooperation to tackle harmful content online.
A round-up of some of the key achievements of the Alliance in 2022.
Publisher: It's a Penalty (Briefing)
The Policy Brief, produced as part of It’s a Penalty’s CommonProtect initiative in partnership with the Commonwealth Lawyers Association, provides an overview of the issue of Child Early and Forced…
Publisher: Fiji's Online Safety Commission, Ofcom, eSafety Commissioner (Media)
The network is intended to pave the way for a coherent international approach to online safety regulation, by enabling members to share information, experience and best practices.
United Nations Declares November 18 as World Day Aimed at Ending Child Sexual Exploitation and Violence, Bringing Hope and Healing to Survivors
Publisher: Global Collaborative (Press release)
The United Nations declared November 18 as the World Day for the Prevention of, and Healing from Child Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Violence.
During our Global Summit in June 2022 in Brussels, the European Union, African Union and eighteen governments from around the world joined forces with us to establish a new Global…
Publisher: Argentina (Press release)
The government of Argentina joined 99 other governments working together to build a digital world designed to protect children from sexual exploitation and abuse.
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…