INHOPE | Partners

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Funding Partners

INHOPE has built many partnerships with other NGOs, Law Enforcement Agencies, tech companies, and corporate partners. Become an INHOPE Partner today by joining INHOPE's Funding Partner Plan.

INHOPE Partners support the general sustenance of all aspects of the INHOPE network that enhances the everyday work of more than 240+ analysts in 51 countries worldwide.

Speak directly to our Partnerships and INHOPE Network Expansion Lead -

Law Enforcement

On behalf of the hotlines, we work very closely with INTERPOL. With their high-tech infrastructure of technical and operational support, they help meet the growing challenges of fighting crime in the 21st century. INHOPE is part of the AviaTor project that aims to develop automation and intelligence tools to greatly reduce the time spent by LEAs in processing, assessing and prioritizing CSAM reports.

INHOPE members help law enforcement save time by ensuring only relevant reports are referred to national and international law enforcement so that efforts can be concentrated on rescuing victims.


Insafe and INHOPE have been working together through a network of Safer Internet Centres (SICs) across Europe, typically comprising an awareness centre, helpline, hotline and youth panel. The central aim of the Insafe and INHOPE networks within their awareness-raising and child-protection mission has always been to maintain an evidence-based approach with their sights firmly fixed on the future to ensure that emerging challenges are tackled proactively in this fast-evolving world.

Our partners
Partnership Opportunity

Partnership Opportunity

INHOPE’s internet hotlines accept anonymous reports of CSAM from all corners of the globe to their members in 50 countries. Support this effort and become an Annual Funding Partner of INHOPE.

Annual funding partnerships directly support INHOPE’s work in Technology development, Network expansion, Capacity building, training and knowledge sharing, and Political/legislative engagement.

Speak directly to our Partnerships Team. Contact


Trusted Reporter Program

Complementary to the DSA’s Trusted Flagger program, we have created the INHOPE Trusted Reporter Program to work with our industry partners outside of the European Union to help them ensure that their services are free from CSAM.

Flagging is the process by which third parties can report potentially harmful content to platforms for content moderation review. As a result, their reports were and are treated as pre-qualified and prioritised for action. Over time, this process has evolved into a standardised system to ensure that reports from Trusted Flaggers within the EU or Trusted Reporters outside of the EU are acted upon rapidly.

The benefit to industry partners:

  • Increased efficiency with trained experts who can provide additional context.
  • Rapid escalation and review of urgent cases.
  • Process improvement through regular meetings to raise key issues, protocol and system updates.
  • Trusted Reporter hotline reports will only contain agreed information points to ensure efficiency.
  • By participating in the INHOPE Trusted Reporter Program it demonstrates a proactive approach to protecting users.

Interested in joining the program?
To join the INHOPE Trusted Reporter Program – INHOPE must be satisfied that the organisation is committed to the program and the rapid removal of illegal content on their platform. If this is confirmed, then a reporting exchange procedure is agreed with the platform and this is shared with INHOPE member hotlines. Following this – any reports received from relevant INHOPE member hotlines will be prioritised and treated as pre-qualified. Start the discussion with our Head of Partnerships & Network Expansion, Samantha Woolfe:

Read more about the INHOPE's Trusted Reporter Program.

The work we do
Exchanging Expertise

Exchanging Expertise

INHOPE organises bi-annual training meetings where hotline managers and analysts learn about the newest developments and trends.

Your support will enable us to bring analysts from around the world to INHOPE’s training meetings.

As a member organisation input and contributions from our members is essential. INHOPE runs a network mailing list and monthly newsletter, taskgroups (advisory groups comprised of members contributing to subject related projects), and the presidents club (group for all hotline managers).

Network Expansion

Network Expansion

A priority for INHOPE is to expand its membership to countries outside the network where hosting of CSAM has been detected.

INHOPE needs to grow in the major internet usage expansion zones

INHOPE needs to grow in the major internet usage expansion zones (Asia Pacific, South Asia, Latin America & Africa and MENA) in order to meet the challenge of CSAM.

More hotlines in more countries processing more reports translates directly into more referrals to countries for hosting for removal and source, and more material being made available to law enforcement.

ICCAM Development

ICCAM Development

The INHOPE network has a secure technology platform called ICCAM ...

Exchange CSAM reports, share data with law enforcement & track data.

As the way CSAM moves through the internet changes, equally ICCAM needs to be updated & upgraded to meet this challenge including radical redevelopment of the API to allow for better/faster exchange of data with other systems. We seek additional funding to secure this development and hope that your contribution could help in this endeavor.