Items tagged with 'child abuse'

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The “Alone and Unsafe” report is produced by the IFRC with a focus on separated and unaccompanied children on the move, as one of the most vulnerable groups of migrants and refugees. According to the...
In an exclusive interview for Mirror Online, Claire Lilley, the Child Safety Public Policy Manger at Google EMEA has discussed the new You Tube app for children and explained 5 tips for parents to...
A new technology is being developed to prevent exploitation of children by gangs in UK. This is a result of a more than successful pilot done by Children and Family Court Advisory Service (CAFCASS)...
To mark this year’s Safe Internet Day, Council of Europe introduced recently adopted Recommendation of the Committee of Ministers to member States on Guidelines to respect, protect and fulfil the...
Scandals that have recently became public raised the issue of child protection on dating apps like Grindr and Tinder and underlined the importance of keeping the dating apps management accountable...
Join us for the last in mini webinar series on forensic interviews in Barnahus on March 14th at 2pm CET done in cooperation with the PROMISE project! With reference to Barnahus Quality Standard 6,...
We will host the second in the mini webinar series on forensic interviews in Barnahus on March 7th at 2pm CET, to present strategies and approaches to meeting the individual needs of every child and...
Childhub continues the Barnahus series in 2019! In cooperation with the PROMISE project, we are organizing a mini webinar series on conducting forensic interviews with children victims and witnesses...
Since this issue first got wide public attention in 2001, Italian Church has been unable to provide full transparency in relation to the sexual abuse of children within the Church. In 2014, Committee...
The Internet Watch Foundation is a charity monitoring Internet and removing webpages showing child abuse in UK. In their early annual report, they confirmed to have removed around 100,000 such...

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