Child protection topic: 'Online abuse'

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The video depicts the impacts of sexting in school-going teens, the addiction and how it finally affects them mentally. Did you know that? Close to 60% of school-going teens engage in sexting?...
This investigation focusses on the growing problem of online-facilitated child sexual abuse. The increase in access to and use of the internet has brought undeniable benefits to society. It has also...
More and more children use the internet around the world regularly, often spend hours online a day. The internet and different websites facilitate communication and make easier to gather information...
The IWF (Internet Watch Foundation) is a UK-based organization, which is trying to make the internet children safe platform. They have introduced a set of 11 measurements, which were drafted by the...
The Gyerekaneten.hu website was launched by the National Media and Telecommunication Authority in March. It provides information for parents about the digital world the children use and its dangers....
According to the La Strada association, cases of online sexual abuse are increasing among teens in the Republic of Moldova. The rise can be linked to excessive use of gadgets and lack of knowledge...
It is well-known that the internet is a hiding place for abusers and criminals, especially dangerous to children using self-regulated social media sites, like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat...
  Ina Verzivolli, of UNICEF Albania, was invited to the ‘Dita Jone’ program on A2 TV, to discuss issues related to online safety and the concept of ‘Friendly Wi-Fi’.  According to Verzivolli, many...
This survey report, carried as a common action of UNICEF Albania and IPSOS, is part of an international research project called Global Kids Online, let by UNICEF Office Of Research Inocenti, London...
Last week the European Commission and the Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe (C-PROC) organized the first Steering Committee meeting for the project, 'CyberEast: Action on...

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