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Publisher: Internet Watch Foundation (Report)
IWF 2021 Annual Report shows that sexual abuse imagery of girls is increasingly being shared online, with almost all (97%) child sexual abuse material identified in 2021 showing female children.
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: UNICEF (Report)
UNICEF’s new publication provides guidance on how to strengthen legislative frameworks to protect children from online sexual exploitation and abuse.
The report “Framing The Future” is a review of the Model National Response (MNR) that sets out how and where the MNR has been implemented in the six years since…
Discussing how we as an Alliance can help shift the dial in public understanding and framing of both the issues of child sexual abuse online and online regulation, to ensure…
Panel discussion Speakers I Gusti Ayu Bintang Darmawati Minister of Women’s Empowerment andChild Protection, Government of Indonesia Government of Indonesia Cornelius Williams Director, Child Protection Programme UNICEF Dana Almarzouqi Director General of…
Publisher: 5Rights Foundation, Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children (Tool)
The Child Online Safety Toolkit provides an actionable, practical approach for anyone developing policies for child online safety.
Publisher: WeProtect Global Alliance (Blog)
Chloe Setter, Head of Advocacy, Policy & Research at WeProtect Global Alliance, reflects on how online safety legislation can play a key role in protecting children online.
Publisher: Council of Europe’s Lanzarote Committee (Report)
The report highlights ways to improve national legal frameworks, preventative actions, investigations and prosecutions of cases of child sexual exploitation and abuse online.