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 advocate for legislative and policy changes with our shared goal.
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

E -privacy directive temporary derogation

INHOPE’s vision is an internet free of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) material online.

E -privacy directive temporary derogation

EU Strategy to fight child sexual abuse - Part 1

As part of the Safer Internet Forum (SIF), Denton Howard, Executive Director of INHOPE, chaired a multi-stakeholder panel with experts from hotlines, law enforcement agencies, industry, (...)

EU Strategy to fight child sexual abuse - Part 1

Safer Internet Forum 2020

With a theme of “Digital (dis)advantage: creating an inclusive world for children and young people online”, Safer Internet Forum (SIF) 2020 will take place online, with the main sess (...)

Safer Internet Forum 2020

Artificial Intelligence in the fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material - Part 2

Last week we looked at how fighting crime is changing in the 21st Century. This week we’re exploring the benefits of using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the fight against CSAM...

Artificial Intelligence in the fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material - Part 2

The Czech series about cyberbullying #martyisdead is nominated for the International Emmy award

The Czech thriller series #martyisdead was nominated for the international television Emmy award.

The Czech series about cyberbullying #martyisdead is nominated for the International Emmy award

Fighting Crime in the 21st Century - Part 1

The creation and spread of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) is a problem which knows no national or sector-specific boundaries. That’s why INHOPE believes in the need for internation (...)

Fighting Crime in the 21st Century - Part 1

Networks exchange experiences & best practices

The INHOPE and Insafe networks are holding a joint training meeting online. Insafe and INHOPE work together through a network of Safer Internet Centres (SICs) across Europe and this two- (...)

Networks exchange experiences & best practices

INHOPE is a winner of End Violence Against Children's new #SafeOnline funding round

Through the fourth Safe Online investment round of $10 million, End Violence is making another significant contribution to the global fight against online child sexual exploitation and a (...)

INHOPE is a winner of End Violence Against Children's new #SafeOnline funding round

Don’t let photos of your children end up in the hands of predators

Hashtags such as #cleankids #splishsplash #pottytraining #naptime are being used by sexual predators to find pictures of children, according to a new study by Child Rescue Coalition.

Don’t let photos of your children end up in the hands of predators

Slovenian hotline Spletno oko publishes annual report for 2019

Spletno oko, the Slovenian hotline for reporting images of child sexual abuse and hate speech online, has published its annual report for 2019.

Slovenian hotline Spletno oko publishes annual report for 2019