See what the Alliance is doing on: Victim support
A dedicated hotline to report internet material suspected to be illegal, including child sexual abuse material.
A support and intervention service for children and young people run by civil society organisations or government.
The provision of effective remedy and reparations for CSEA victims and their guardians/ caregivers.
A skilled, specialist statutory workforce that is trained, coordinated and available to provide support to CSEA victims.
CSEA victims are provided with planned and integrated end-to-end support to help them cope with the immediate impact of their abuse and recover from the harm experienced.
Judiciary and prosecutors have the specialist knowledge and skills required to enable positive judicial outcomes for CSEA victims.
Understanding long-term personal implications (e.g. health, economic, social, education) of being a child victim or survivor of online sexual abuse and exploitation is crucial.
Children merit specific protection with regard to their personal data, as they may be less aware of the risks, consequences and safeguards concerned and their rights in relation to the…
The protection of the victims’ privacy and dignity by the timely removal of all exploitative material.
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…
To support and protect children, relevant, timely and individualised child-centred, multi-sectoral crisis response services should be provided to all child victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (and their families).
Publisher: WeProtect Global Alliance (Tool)
Guidance for practitioners and decision-makers across the globe to reach the outcomes outlined in the Alliance’s Global Strategic Response.
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…
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: International Justice Mission (Press release)
IJM believes that ending livestreamed child sexual abuse and the trafficking of children to create CSEM requires ending impunity for those who commit these violent crimes.
Publisher: Childhood USA, DeafKidz International, WeProtect Global Alliance (Briefing)
This intelligence briefing acts as a situational analysis of current perspectives and evidence on the sexual exploitation and abuse of children with disabilities online.