Working together to end the online sexual exploitation of children
What is the online sexual exploitation of children?
In this crime, children are sexually abused by traffickers who then spread or sell images or videos of the exploitation online—even livestreaming the abuse for sex offenders to direct from anywhere in the world.
IJM supports the end of all forms of online sexual exploitation of children.
We focus on protecting children exploited by traffickers who create new child sexual exploitation materials,
especially via video livestreaming, to satisfy the online demand of child sex offenders.
Press Releases and Insights
U.S. and Philippines Conclude Child Protection Compact Partnership
None | April 29, 2021KEEP READING →
IJM Launches 2-Year Project to Develop Specialized Care for Child Survivors of Online Sexual Exploitation
International Justice Mission (IJM) hosted the launch of A Strong Network of Care: Applying an Assessment Model as the Basis for Specialized Care for Child Survivors of Online Sexual Exploitation.
Sept. 29, 2023KEEP READING →
A Filipino survivor of online sexual exploitation wins international leadership award
A 24-year-old Filipino survivor of online child sexual exploitation was among the Women of the Future Award winners in Southeast Asia, announced last October 7.
Oct. 20, 2021KEEP READING →
Four years' jail for Victorian man who paid Filipina to livestream sexual abuse of children in her care
A 61-year-old Victorian man was sentenced today to four years and one month in prison for pay-per-view livestreaming of the sexual abuse of Filipino children and other offences relating to the online sexual exploitation of children. One of Phillip John Co
Oct. 6, 2021KEEP READING →