Discover our new webinars:
March 3rd - How to become 'Stress-Proof'
March 17th - '#NoMoreCSEFilms': a new approach to educating children about online safety
April 1st - An Industry Perspective: protecting children on the internet and in real life.
We will be hosting webinars in the afternoon CET to allow for global attendance.
As the leading global network in the fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material online, INHOPE is in a unique position to open up discussions and expertise across industries and create learning opportunities to drive new collaborations.
Our webinars are for academics, hotline managers, law enforcement officers, and big tech representatives. We will be hosting webinars in the afternoon CET to allow for global attendance.
Topics will include Fighting CSAM on Gaming Platforms, Building Staff Welfare and Resilience, and Prevention Initiatives and Hotlines Collaboration Opportunities, and many more.
In order to focus on key areas of interest, we are encouraging Safer Internet Centres, Law Enforcement, Partners, Industry, and NGOs to submit their suggestions for future webinars (contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org).
How to become 'Stress-Proof'
Our next webinar on March 3rd invites Mithu Storoni MD PhD, an author, physician, and researcher.
Short bursts of stress are an inevitable part of modern life. But how much is too much? Mithu will discuss the tools from her latest book which is an actionable guide to reducing stress, based on data from over 500 studies.
Audience: Hotline analysts, content moderators and those who deal with CSAM directly.
INHOPE will be inviting experts to share their insights to everyone supporting the fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material on the latest methodologies, tech, and research available in our field.
With topics suitable for those working in private tech companies, child protection organisations and hotlines and law enforcement, INHOPE want to make sure knowledge is in the hands of those that need it. INHOPE is founded upon a belief in the need for international and multistakeholder collaboration - join us!
We need to keep the discussion going in order to grow collaboration and improve our ability to tackle CSAM.
Let us know what you want!
In order to focus on key areas of interest, we are encouraging Safer Internet Centres, Law Enforcement, Partners, Industry and NGOs to submit their suggestions for future webinars.
Contact us at email@example.com
All webinars will be hosted on Zoom.
All participant data is protected under the Standard Contractual Clause provided by Zoom that follows the EU Commission’s Decision on SCCs for the purpose of Directive 95/46/EC.
Anyone can register for a webinar and we will review all registrations prior to approval. You CANNOT attend anonymously as we will check to confirm your credentials.
Please note: certain webinars will be invitation-only due to confidentiality.
Yes, they will be recorded and shared in the post-webinar recap. Sign-up for updates now.
Please note: invitation-only webinars will not be shared publicly.
Yes, you can share your registration link. However, all participants are reviewed individually.
Please note: all invitation links are personal. If someone else attempts to join on your link using your name we will remove the duplicate. Additionally, we will not grant access to any unknown names.
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