Child and Internet

New guide: Protecting Children from Online Sexual Exploitation, published by ECPAT International and Religions for Peace

The publication of the new Guide was supported by the UNICEF. It was launched at the 5th Forum of the Global Network of Religions for Children (GNRC) on May, 11, 2017. The Guide aims to help religious communities worldwide harness their strengths to prevent, respond to and end online child sexual exploitation.

 


Parental trolling – first judgement in Poland

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It is the first case in Poland of bringing a child into ridicule in the Internet (parental trolling) that ended with judgement on April 9, 2017.

Think before you post - new camapign of Nobodys Children Foundation

One out of four parents of children under the age of ten admits to posting naked or half-naked pictures of their children on the Internet. Every day the Internet is flooded with photos carelessly posted by parents who usually do not think about who may see them or what will happen to them later.

Protect my Future - Why child protection matters in the post-2015 agenda?

Protect my future
Protect my future
The widespread failure to protect children is a global crisis, with 0.5-1.5 billion children experiencing violence each year (Pinheiro 2006), 150 million girls and 73 million boys who are raped or subject to sexual violence (WHO 2000), and 115 million children engaged in extremely harmful forms of work (ILO 2010). This global crisis represents a major violation of children's rights; an unacceptable situation, which must be remedied urgently, no matter what the costs.