Working together to end the online sexual exploitation of children

OUR WORK

OUR TEAMS

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Create safer communities

End the supply; develop sustainable strategies

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Collaborate on global solutions

End the demand; scale protection

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THE PROBLEM

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

PNP PRESS RELEASE // PNP WCPC Rescues 20 Children from Online Sexual Abuse and Exploitation through Back-to-Back Operations

Press release | Feb. 4, 2021
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Press release

Plea Bargaining results in the conviction of a woman for Online Sexual Exploitation of Children Offenses in Cebu

LAPU-LAPU CITY, CEBU – Last Friday, Hon. Christine Muga-Abad, the Presiding Judge of Regional Trial Court Branch 70 sentenced a 31-year-old woman to serve fifteen (15) years in prison and ordered her to pay a fine of not less than Php 500,000.00....

March 22, 2021

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Insights

Shining a light on the hidden crime of livestreamed child sexual exploitation

On March 2, The Guardian published an article that sheds light on the online sexual exploitation of children. Written by Harriet Grant, the article, ‘It’s an arms race’: the tech teams trying to outpace paedophiles online, underscores the need for tech...

March 4, 2021

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Press release

Plea Bargaining yields 4 convictions from 2 Online Sexual Exploitation of Children Cases in Cebu

LAPU-LAPU CITY, CEBU – Plea bargaining proved to be an effective strategy to secure justice for victims of online sexual exploitation as 4 women pleaded guilty for their crimes in 2 separate cases in Lapu-Lapu City this Wednesday.

March 1, 2021

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