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Online Predators Are on the Rise During COVID-19 – Some Tips on How to Keep Your Children Safe
Publisher: Netsweeper (Blog)
An article exploring the rise of online predators during COVID-19 and offering some advice on how to keep children safe online.
Child Protection in Digital Education
Publisher: UNICEF (Briefing)
This Policy Brief and Technical Note aim to support governments in protecting children from the risks that the technology may introduce or amplify, including child sexual abuse online.
Staying Connected and Protected
Publisher: Netsweeper (Media)
A blog post exploring some of the statistics about the increasing scale of child sexual abuse online.
One of the most critical child protection issues of this century – looking back and looking ahead
Cornelius Williams, UNICEF’s Director of Child Protection, reflects on three decades of work in the child protection sector and the challenges and opportunities in combatting child sexual exploitation and abuse…
Taking care of your well-being as a researcher of online child sexual abuse offenders
Matt Richardson, the Director of Intelligence and Child Safety for the Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative (ATII), gives some tips on how to take care of your well-being as someone researching…
Child online protection in sports
Publisher: ITU (Briefing)
This brief intends to support sports organisations – clubs and associations at both the grassroots and professional levels – to better protect children online.
ReDirection Final Report
Publisher: Protect Children (Report)
An overview of the work done within Protect Children’s ReDirection project, funded by the Global Partnership to End Violence, in the past two years.
Stop Child Exploitation Campaign Material
Publisher: NWG Network (Media)
The website created by NWG Network holds numerous campaign resources on the fight against child sexploitation.
Self-generated sexual content involving young people demands understanding and nuance
Publisher: Evident (Blog)
Researchers Dr Mark Kavenagh from Evident and Julia Durska reflect on a series of questions about self-generated sexual content involving young people.
Society & culture
Society must demand better solutions to stop children being exposed to inappropriate content.