Disrupting Harm country advocacy briefs

Protecting Children from Online Sexual Exploitation and Abuse: The way forward (2022)


The Disrupting Harm project was established to generate high-quality evidence on technology-facilitated sexual exploitation and abuse of children. It is a research project conducted in partnership with ECPAT International and INTERPOL, funded by the Global Partnership to End Violence against Children. Together, we have developed a new research methodology to study when and how digital technology might facilitate the sexual abuse and exploitation of children, both online and offline. The goal is to identify priority areas for interventions by governments and other organizations working to protect children from these crimes.

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