A voice for teachers
We want children to feel safe at school, but who is ensuring they are also safe online?
Research shows that an average school classroom of 20 children or more may have as many as 13 children who have experienced a form of online sexual harm.
Shockingly – Europe has become the major hosting hub of this issue.
But a solution to this online sexual abuse is right in front of us.
Join us and Turn #ChildSafetyON by taking action today.
Actions you can take right now
Be informed about how online sexual abuse is harming young people and how this legislation is going to protect them.
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Spread the word, teachers!
Let's work together to protect students by ensuring that the necessary laws are passed all across Europe.
The new legislation
With this legislation - the solution is right in front of us.
A new law is being considered by the EU that would help stop online child sexual abuse.
This law would require us to create a legal obligation for companies like Meta, Tik Tok and Google, to identify, remove, and report any child sexual abuse material on their platforms.
Crucially, those companies will also be held accountable for failing to protect children from sexual exploitation and abuse.