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INHOPE was due to be in Lisbon the week of May 18 for its first annual Hotline Training Meeting, but given the travel restrictions in place the meeting had to be held virtually via Zoom.
We are wrapping up our #ReportIt campaign after running it for 5 weeks.
The valuable work of the AviaTor project (funded by the European Commission) continues through COVID-19.
Thousands of children across Taiwan have been subject to sexual exploitation and abuse each year.
During the Covid-19 emergency, Telefono Azzurro’s Helpline 1.96.96,114 Emergency Service and 116000 Missing Children Italy remained active 24/7, and, is constantly running its Hotline (...)
Like other hotlines, the Danish hotline also receives images of children which are not illegal but are problematic because they constitute sexual exploitation of the child.
It’s been repeatedly emphasized in Child Protection Networks in the past weeks that the current lockdown policies are also increasing risks of children online, one of them being online (...)
The number of reports of illegal or harmful online content decreased to 5,985 after a peak in 2018 with 6,733 complaints.
ECPAT Taiwan, ECPAT International, and Taiwan National Chung Cheng University released ‘Guidelines for Ethical Research on Sexual Exploitation Involving Children’ in late 2019
The reality of COVID-19 is requiring us to establish a totally different way of work in a very short time period.