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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Anonymous support is available!

Insights & articles

Team Leading Techniques for Digital First Responders

As our use of technology grows, so does the number of Digital First Responders providing the first line of defence against Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) online. While they're workin (...)

Team Leading Techniques for Digital First Responders

What is the INHOPE Summit?

The INHOPE Summit is an annual event that brings together technology, law enforcement and industry partners to ensure that INHOPE’s network of 46 hotlines continue to remove online CSA (...)

What is the INHOPE Summit?

Protect children from sexual exploitation while travelling

A survey by ECPAT found that only 4% of travellers who witnessed possible signals of sexual exploitation of children reported what they’d seen to local authorities or their national re (...)

Protect children from sexual exploitation while travelling

Meet Abby, the INHOPE Project Officer

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

Meet Abby, the INHOPE Project Officer

The Victims of Child Sexual Abuse

Any minor can be the victim of child sexual abuse, and have material of that abuse shared online. Abuse happens to children of all ethnicities and ages, rich or poor, popular or unpopula (...)

The Victims of Child Sexual Abuse

Online Child Sexual Exploitation during COVID-19 - Webinar Highlights

We were thrilled to welcome Dr Michael Salter to present the findings of his research study looking into the views and experiences of online child protection professionals, offender beha (...)

Online Child Sexual Exploitation during COVID-19 - Webinar Highlights

What is Baseline?

Different countries define Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) in different ways. Baseline is a classification created by Interpol as an international standard which is considered illegal (...)

What is Baseline?

Australia’s new Online Safety Act

On Wednesday 23 June, the Australian Parliament passed the new Online Safety Act, providing a comprehensive regulatory framework for tackling online harms. The new Act consolidates the e (...)

Australia’s new Online Safety Act

What is a Deepfake?

Deepfake technology is used to create images or videos of people doing or saying things which they did not do or say. The name comes from a combination of “deep learning”, which refe (...)

What is a Deepfake?

Meet Charlotte, INHOPE's Global Marketing Manager

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

Meet Charlotte, INHOPE's Global Marketing Manager