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“If we learn all our lives that violence is okay, at the age of 20 (we
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In order to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse of children in the digital environment, and to provide information and tools for the safe and responsible use of information and communication technologies, the Center for Safe Internet (CSI) was established in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Because of the Covid-19, being online has become the only way to socialize and children are shrunk to their homes and screens. Technology has granted us so many opportunities to learn and connect although the disadvantages are also equally present.
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Facebook has admitted to a House of Commons committee that plans to implement end-to-end encryption on all messaging products will have a negative impact on the exploitation of some British children.
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According to The Digital Marketing Institute, The NSPCC and Ofcom (UK) reports 6 in 10 teens trust influencers more than traditional celebrities and more than 74% of 8–15-year-olds using YouTube with 40% of their YouTube content deriving from bloggers.
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Baroness Beeban Kidron, the chair and founder of 5Rights Foundation, in her speech at the Digital Age 2021 conference raised major concerns about the online protection of children.
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The ongoing danger of children being exposed to online perpetrators has increased during COVID-related lockdowns.
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The European Commission issued a new directive called the e-Privacy Directive, which prohibits online communications services (such as Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, etc.) to track private messages of people while using their messaging services in European Union countries.
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The Guardian reports on the possible dangerous situations caused by end-to-end encryption, a technology that makes it impossible to keep track of content sharing and increasing potential cases of abuse, because the shared content would only be available for those participating in the conversation
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In March 2020 the UK’s Children’s Commissioner polled 2,003 children aged 8-17 on their use of messaging platforms in an effort to understand the risks that these services may pose to both children and teenagers.
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The ECPAT International reports on the issue of “online circulation of sexually explicit images and videos taken by children” on the occasion of the European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse on 18 November. 
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For the occasion of End Child Sex Abuse Day Marija Pejcinovic Buric Secretary-General from Council of Europe has spoken against the phenomenon of “sexy selfies” posted by children.
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Social media has become an indispensable part of our lives that helps us to feel connected with the world. Yet, social media has also resulted in several problems as its users are becoming increasingly addicted.
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Bullying used to happen mostly in schools – now it can follow children anywhere they go.
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Human trafficking is a serious and worrying issue, especially for women and girls, who comprise more than 70% of traffic victims due to sexual exploitation.
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Adrienne Katz (Youthworks) in collaboration with Aiman El Asam (Kingston University, London) carried out a significant work on the relation of young people and online safety in their research, called Cybersurvey, The Digital Lives of Schoolchildren (htt
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InCtrl is a service designed by NSPCC staff, that aims to help protect children and young people from technology-assisted child sexual abuse (TA-CSA).
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Smartphones facilitate the way we communicate and help us stay connected with friends and family. Yet, they also have a feature that allows for easier tracking and profiling, which is used for advertising and many other purposes.
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The Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) is one of the EU's leading regulatory authorities responsible for protecting the privacy of individuals on the Internet. They also have the power to impose heavy fines (2018).
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How can we protect against online sexual abuse of children? 
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International children’s organizations and individuals write to write to the LIBE Committee of the European Parliament to express their deepest concern about the possibility that, in December 2020, under the European Electronic Communi
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This booklet provides illustrated recommendations for children in case of receiving inappropriate messages or in cases of risks of their online privacy.
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The Guardian recently reported that there were 541 underage victims of 'revenge porn' in England and Wales last year.
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There has been an increase in the number of children groomed, deceived or extorted into producing a sexual image or video of themselves while being guided and manipulated by an online predator.
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The Marie Collins Foundation (MCF) and the NWG Network have published resources for professionals and parents and carers working with issues of online sexual harm and young people.
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Stand with girls against online abuse so girls are #FreeToBeOnline
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Eighteen percent of children between the ages of 12 and 14 have been victims of some form of online violence, and eleven percent have claimed to be Internet bullies. Of the children who were exposed to frequent online violence, 62 percent said the abuser was a person they knew, o
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Dr. Gail Dines, an anti-pornography campaigner in Boston, has founded a nonprofit and launched free, online training courses to teach parents how to help their children navigate a hyper-sexualized culture and build their resistance to pornography.
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The European Freedom Network is a Christian organization working to stop exploitation and human trafficking in Europe, by reaching out to victims and offering help. They will hold an online conference, "Bridge 2020", on 6–8 October, about new forms of online trafficking.
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Playing electronic games via several devices such as x-boxes, smartphone apps, computers, or other devices, has become a mainstream activity for kids, youngsters, and adults. Parents feel anxious about their children’s gaming and the time they spend gaming.
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According to an Online Harms Survey, the majority of youth workers don’t feel confident in supporting young people due to insufficient knowledge; they cannot support them through proper prevention programmes as they don’t have sufficient information.
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The Center for the Rights of the Child has developed a digital platform adapted to children, which contains relevant information on the prevention and protection of children from sexual exploitation and abuse on the Internet.
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In July, the European Commission released a communication to the European Parliament, the European Council and to the EESC (The European Economic and Social Committee) explaining the new EU strategy for a more effective fight against child sexual abuse.
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A coordinated European strategy has been found to be the best one to fight child sexual abuse, Catherine De Bolle from Europol explains.
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Meet Sangophone, who is here to support you with some tips while you are using your computers, phones, tablets, consoles and any other online device you might have.
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The International Telecommunication Union has published a guide book for parents and educators on how to protect children online as part of their
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Global organizations including WHO, UNICEF and UNESCO have prepared a technical note pack about protecting children online. The pack contains five sections with relevant resources leading to more information on each topic. Here is a summary of their expert advice:
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While online gaming is popular and fun, it can expose children to harm or risk. UKie and Thinkuknow teamed up to give advice about online games and chat.
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Live streaming is one of the many new technologies that have a breakthrough in the virtual world. As everything else, it has its ups and downs. LS is a good tool that can be used instead of TV or YouTube. You can broadcast live anywhere, anytime and can be followed by everyone.
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After two months of changed behaviour, the Australian mother started worrying about her 9-year-old’s wellbeing. The young boy became reserved, introverted and easily distracted.
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Following the COVID-19 pandemic brought lockdown system, children have become an easy target for drug dealers to manipulate and being dragged into the dirty business of criminal communities, Manchester Evening News reports.
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The Hungarian Safer Internet Centre published a new short video on online bullying as part of the European Union Better Internet for Kids programme.
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In Hungary, June is about cyberbullying due to a new campaign, and the timing is very topical. Experts say quarantine over the epidemic is causing an increase in online abuse.
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Children and young people love to share their lives with friends. This could be funny and amusing, but sometimes could cause big problems. There is nothing bad at sharing images or videos of your own with other people, however children should be cautious.
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On May 18, Europol’s executive director Catherine De Bolle called the attention of Members of European Parliament to the issue of child sexual online abuse due to the increased use of online applications because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The website of Croatian Police Directorate announced the text of the international success of the campaign “Behind the Doors” (“Behind This Door Lives Mia”) on April 23, 2020.
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Safe to Learn is an initiative produced by a large group of partners located worldwide. It aims to stop violence in school environments.
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Due to Covid-19, adult websites are promoting their services as easier to access and open to more people.  Therefore, there have been reports that: 
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The current lockdown conditions provide the perfect environment for online child abuse. As families are forced to stay at home, parents need to balance their work with homeschooling and taking care of their children.
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The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children's (NSPCC) research has revealed that lonely children are more likely to encounter abusive behavior online. NSPCC’s survey of 2,000 young people and children suggests that the risk of online grooming of young people doubles for childre
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During the pandemic, Childline services gives children and young people who are anxious about the coronavirus a safe environment in which to speak and be listened to, and to get support. Childline delivers counselling sessions and has collected the children’s main concerns:
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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.
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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.
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The IWF (Internet Watch Foundation) is a UK-based organization, which is trying to make the internet children safe platform.
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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.
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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 regarding internet safety.
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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 and TikTok.
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  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’. 
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This report maps the risks and opportunities of the internet for children in Europe, like internet access, online practices, skills, online risks and opportunities for children aged 9–16 in Europe.
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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 Cybercrime for Cyber Resilience in the Eastern Partnership Region', in Kyiv.  
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Pershi Lastivky [Early Swallows] is a hit television drama series in Ukraine.
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Facebook plans to develop more tools with parental control, such as access to chat history, or recent photos and videos.
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In partnership with our Italian country partner, Cismai, ISPCAN (International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect) is very proud to bring the 16th
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During the past year, Zagreb's Child and Youth Protection Center, in collaboration with the City of Zagreb's Health Office and the Society for Communication and Media Culture, has conducted a national research project, 'Online Social Expe
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'Just because a child is in their bedroom, it does not necessarily mean they are safe.' — Susie Hargreaves, chief executive of the Internet Watch Foundation.
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There is much debate on the impact of technology, and in particular, social media on children. Intergovernmental organisations, including the UN and the Council of Europe, are in midst of determining guidelines on children's rights in relation to the digital environment.
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“I have no doubt that social media helped kill my daughter.”- confessed Ian Russal who has become a campaigner against social media harm since his 14-year-old daughter Molly committed suicide in 2017.
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Ireland’s Minister of Communications has announced a new bill which would establish an Online Safety Commissioner. The main purpose of the Commissioner is to protect children from toxic behaviours (cyber bullying, which has lead to child suicide) that are prevalent online.
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The Home Office and the Microsoft launched a new tool which identifies and blocks child grooming conversations online with the help of artificial intelligence. This tool is part of the government’s work in the UK, to fight against child sexual exploitation in all its forms.
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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 School of Economics and European Union Kids Online Network.
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The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse published a research with young people into their views and experiences of online risks and sexual harm. The small-scale research included 213 young people aged 10-18, which means it is not representative of the perspectives of all young people.
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The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse published their research with young people concerning their views and experiences of online risks and sexual harm.
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Under the Council of Europe Project “End Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse @Europe (EndOCSEA@Europe)” two new reports introduces ways to respond to cybercrime against children and were published during a workshop on OCSEA which took place within the f
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Facebook (and Instagram) removed millions of posts between July and September because they break their hate speech and child exploitation guidelines:
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The publication identifies promising practices and common challenges faced by member states:
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‘Sharing sexual images is a normalised aspect of dating for children and young people,’ concludes the eSafety Commissioner's (Australian Government Agency for Online Protection) Report. The full report focuses on the attitudes and motivations of individuals who engage in image-based abuse.
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Certain words & phrases attract child predators.
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The 10th International Media Conference, organized by the International Children’s Safety Service, was held at the beginning of October in the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
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According to data from 2018, every 5th child aged 7-12 in Hungary already registered to a social media page, and 23% of children aged 10-18 was victim of online bullying.
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Crimes involving the sexual grooming of children have been on the rise in recent years, according to the British police in Shropshire.
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As summer comes to an end and children return to school the widespread issue of bullying starts taking its toll on the lives of a significant number of students.  According to the American National Center for Education Statistics, in 2017, more than 20 percent of US students aged 12–18 fell victi
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Universities UK, working together with the University of Bedfordshire, has developed Changing the Culture: Tackling online harassment and promoting online welfare as an extension of UUK's work to help universities tackle harassment, hate crime and gender-based violence. This guid
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Security over privacy is in the focus of NSPCC campaigning challenged by David Spencer, VPNCompare's News Editor.
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The UK-based NSPCC has released a series of episodes that explore best practices for safeguarding children and young people in the voluntary and community sector. 
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Child predators have taken on an increasing online presence, and as a result, law enforcement officials and child rights professionals are becoming more involved i
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Young people undergoing digital violence often remain alone with their problem and do not choose to share it with others, particularly not with adults. This document defines the main terms related to the digital violence and outlines, in the context of available resources and support network in S
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The network of Safer Internet Centres (SIC) is one of the most effective mechanisms for creating a safer and better environment for children and young people on the Internet. The purpose of this Handbook is to analyse the work of the Safer Internet Centres and offer recommendations for better pro
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Children`s charities in the UK agree social media abuse victims must have the right in a new law to sue the social media platforms where the crimes occur.
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According to the report of the International Association of Internet Hotlines (INHOPE) in 2018, 224,000 of the reported contents were illegal. According to the organization and its affiliated hotlines, the number of notifications is steadily increasing, with 14% more than in 2017.
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The Council of Europe is holding a call for applications for grants to fund projects to raise awareness amongst different target groups, to prevent and combat online child sexual exploitation and abuse (OCSEA), in the framework of the project End Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse @ Europ
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As a reaction to a concerning number of reported cases of sexual abuse of children
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The Council of Europe Project End Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse @ Europe supports member States to prevent and combat online child sexual exploitation and abuse.
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Preventing cyber bulling has proven to be significant challenge for social media p
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In an exclusive interview for Mirror Online, Claire Lilley, the Child Safety Publi
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Scandals that have recently became public raised the issue of child protection on
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To mark this year’s Safe Internet Day, Council of Europe introduced recently adopt
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According to Ofcom, the UK media watchdog, the number of children exposed to onlin
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Kailash Satyarthi, a Nobel peace prize winning laureate wrote a piece for Telegrap
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The aim of this document is mapping and assessing the existing support services for children who
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Childline, the social support for children and young people, were launched 33 years ago in the UK having. They are an example of an important preventive and caring initiative, a platform for counselling.
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The Internet is the most powerful source of information in the history of human civilization, an important cultural tool that shapes personal development, significantly changing aspects of the modern life. Among the users, the Internet has more and more children, although its content
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Today’s children are growing up in a digital age, exposing them to all the wonders and dangers that the internet brings. It’s important to educate children about online safety. It is smart to use on line games to educate children how to be safe on-line. 
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Identifying and tackling abuse and neglect is very diffcult, therefore all Child Protection staff should remain alert to any possibe signs and be confident to reocognise and respond to abuse.
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Do you know that one in three worldwide Internet users is a minor? Very little has been done to protect them from the dangers of the digital world.
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In cooperation with the Child and Youth Protection Center of Zagreb and with the financial assistance of the City of Zagreb, NGO Roda made an  infographic entitled "Preschool children in Digital World", in which the data of the Child and Youth Protection Center of Zagreb and the
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CRCA in the framework of the campain "SAFE INTERNET DAY 2018" the invites organizations / institutions working on child protection area to a coordination meeting, on January 17, 2018, at 10.00, at the offices of CRCA Albania.