CHILD SAFETY SHOULDN't STOP ONLINE.
Parents and caregivers have a crucial role to play in preventing child sexual abuse online, including awareness-raising and education. This can include having conversations with young people about privacy and safety settings, about sex relationships and how to engage with people online, and ultimately about the risks of child sexual abuse online. Young people want adults to be available to talk about their online world, to listen to their concerns, to trust them and to help them when things go wrong. This conversation can start by working with children to agree on ground rules about the way you use technology as a family.
Online service providers share a responsibility to ensure child protection online.
They must implement measures to prevent, safely detect and remove harmful and illegal child sexual abuse material and other forms of online abuse from their platforms.
In addition, governments share a responsibility to regulate platforms, as well as to ensure an adequate law enforcement response and victim support.
A revolution in child online safety is here
Currently, Europe is the largest hub for Child Sexual Abuse materials circulating online.
Which means our online spaces currently pose an unacceptable child safety risk.
JOIN OUR CALL TO THE EU
To make sure that online service providers are also playing their part to protect your children online!