Fighting CSAM.

Fighting CSAM.

A safe childhood.

A safe childhood.

A global network.

A global network.

We are a global
network of 46
member hotlines.

We lead the fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) online.
We connect and support hotlines with funding from the European Commission.
We promote legislative and policy development to support our vision.
Your
contribution
counts.

Your
contribution
counts.

Reporting suspected child sexual abuse images or videos, including a sexually explicit image of a child, supports the fight against such material. Scroll down to see how.

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Prevent Child Sexual Abuse!

Child Sexual Abuse Material consumption is considered as the viewing or downloading of any images or videos that show a child engaged in or depicted as being engaged in explicit sexual activity. Contact offences are those which involve direct contact of a sexual nature with a child.

Prevention initiatives exist globally to tackle both.

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Insights & articles

What is INHOPE?

INHOPE is a global network of hotlines dedicated to combatting all forms of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) on the internet.

What is INHOPE?

World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse

On the 19th of November, we observe World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse. This day aims to raise awareness and create a culture of prevention against child abuse.

World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse

End Child Sexual Abuse Day

On the 18th of November, we celebrate European day on the protection of children against sexual exploitation and sexual abuse.

End Child Sexual Abuse Day

Meet the INHOPE Board, Jean-Christophe Le Toquin

Get to know the people behind INHOPE with our board member spotlight.

Meet the INHOPE Board, Jean-Christophe Le Toquin

What is child abuse and how to report it?

Child abuse is the maltreatment of a child or adolescent by a parent, guardian, or an individual responsible for the child’s welfare, such as a teacher or coach.

What is child abuse and how to report it?

Cittadinanza Digitale initiative

On 16th November, Telefono Azzurro will launch a new initiative within the framework of the broader project of Cittadinanza Digitale (Digital Citizenship) supported by Google.org.

Cittadinanza Digitale initiative

Everything that is not a yes is a no

On the 15th of November ECPAT Sweden launched the report “Everything that is not a yes is a no”, based on a survey including nearly 13.000 answers from children between the ages of 1 (...)

Everything that is not a yes is a no

Emerging risks in online gaming environments

The online aspect of gaming has risen in popularity over recent years due to increased internet accessibility. As of 2020, there were 932 million online gamers and currently an estimated (...)

Emerging risks in online gaming environments

ECPAT Sweden launches a helpline for parents

ECPAT Sweden has launched a special help service for parents, consisting of a website and a helpline. The aim is to support parents and other important adults in matters concerning sexua (...)

ECPAT Sweden launches a helpline for parents

What is a online child predator?

An online child predator is someone that seeks contact with children and adolescents on the internet for abusive and exploitative purposes that are typically sexual.

What is a online child predator?