This document sets out the Model National Response (MNR) for countries and organisations to support them to prevent and tackle child sexual exploitation and abuse.
Whilst the Model is focused on helping countries to build their response to online child sexual exploitation, it acknowledges that this cannot be addressed in isolation and a wider set of capabilities to prevent and tackle child sexual exploitation and abuse are required to be in place to ensure a complete national response.
Implementing the capabilities within the Model National Response leads to significant outcomes for protecting children from sexual exploitation and abuse online.
Our interactive implementation guides details each capability along with a number of enablers which, if in place and effective, will accelerate and improve the outcomes.
Reviewing the impact of the Model National Response
The report “Framing The Future” is a review of the Model National Response that sets out how and where the framework has been implemented in the six years since its introduction across 42 Alliance countries.
Evolution of the Model National Response
Launched at the Abu-Dhabi Summit in 2015, governments and organisations agreed to establish and deliver, in their own countries, a coordinated national response to online child sexual exploitation, guided by the WeProtect Global Alliance Model National Response.
Updated in November 2022, the three documents below show the previous iteration of the model:
The MNR Capabilities in our Portal
The capabilities appear as themes for the discussion in our member’s portal:
International collaboration discussions in our Portal
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To discuss the coordinated response between different sectors, industries and countries, preventing child sexual exploitation and abuse online.
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- Model National Response Framework International collaboration
- Working examples of WPGA Model National Response - capabilities and implementation Research & insights