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This is a 1-hour introductory seminar on the topic of creating a hotline to tackle Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). Simply join to listen and learn about the opportunities available because we want all citizens in all countries to know what to do if they come across this content and to be able to report it.
Every year we host a series of webinars that enable collaboration and fosters in-depth discussion amongst global industry players, multi-stakeholders and digital first responders coming together for a common purpose to combat online child sexual abuse material (CSAM).
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Our first European Virtual Forum (EVF) is taking place on March 22 - 23. Hosted in the Netherlands, the EVF will be an online-only event to ensure that all speakers and participants can easily join.
Inspired by the success of the annual INHOPE Summit, the European Virtual Forum (EVF) will expand our global collaboration by offering more accessibility.
European Virtual Forum
We are pleased to announce that INHOPE will be hosting its first European Virtual Forum (EVF) in 2023.
The two-day interactive forum will start with a day that focuses on a key theme, followed by a second day that explores current obstacles and opportunities in child sexual abuse and exploitation material removal.
This event will be 100% online. Sponsored by the European Commission.
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On the 20th and the 21st of September 2022, INHOPE held its fifth annual INHOPE Summit, hosted by Amazon Web Services in Washington D.C.
The final webinar of the year 2022 hosted two Better Internet for Kids (BIK) Youth Ambassadors, Kathrin Morasch, and João Pedro Martins, who shared their evaluation of different communication approaches, spoke about best practices and the most common mistakes when creating message campaigns targeting young people.
Dr. L. Jeglic emphasised that while we must advocate for legislative change, the global inconsistencies in the definition and prosecution of online grooming make it incredibly challenging to indict offenders. This is why it is crucial to increase our preventative methods by arming vulnerable groups with the necessary tools to protect themselves.
The Digital Safety Office’s Developing resilience in the field of digital safety workshop provides attendees with the knowledge and best practices intended to help reduce the effects of viewing impactful content.
Our Chief Operating Officer Dushica Naumovska and Technical Product Manager Kalina Zografska took the audience on a journey through the most striking developments, insights, and data from the year 2021.
The session was kicked off with an evaluation of the current state of the media environment, during which Niels van Paemel pointed out how deeply sexual objectification of women and girls is ingrained in media and advertisements.
Live-streaming is not a new technology and has been around since the late 1990s. However, the start of the pandemic has persistently changed the frequency with which we use live-streaming services.
The second webinar in our season of Expert Insights welcomed Sophie Josephson, Senior Child Rights Advisor and project leader of ECPAT Sweden's helpline, and Jonas Karlsson, a quantitative sociologist and researcher who discussed the impact that sharing non-consensual explicit content has on a child.
The first webinar in our season of Expert Insights consisted of a unique panel discussion that focused on how the private and public sectors work together to combat commercial child sexual exploitation relying on cryptocurrencies.
This year we focused on the first line of defence combatting the crisis of illegal content online. Digital first responders are the Trust and Safety operations, content moderation teams and analysts who put out the fire that is child sexual abuse material (CSAM).
This webinar presented the findings of an international research study of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the risk of online child sexual exploitation (OCSE) from the perspectives of specialist frontline professionals. The study is based on a global survey of specialist law enforcement and OCSE hotlines with follow-up interviews.
This virtual conference created a dialogue among the Travel & Tourism industry, INHOPE and ECPAT International on reporting online and offline sexual exploitation of children.
This virtual forum explored the AviaTor Project: AviaTor stands for Augmented Visual Intelligence and Targeted Online Research. AviaTor's automation and intelligence will support your law enforcement's processing, assessment and prioritisation of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) reports.
The INHOPE team presented the ESCAPE project and what Report Box is. The ESCAPE project (Funded by End Violence Against Children) represents INHOPE's vision to put an eco-system in place to ensure everyone globally can report child sexual abuse material (CSAM) encountered online...
The third webinar in our season of Expert Insights welcomed Margaux Liquard, Trust and Safety Lead at Yubo who broke down the Trust and Safety landscape to the 70+ attendees, all keen to hear how to support their teams, and take the next step in their career.
An Industry Perspective: protecting children on the internet and in real life. This invite-only webinar provided a training session tailored to hotline staff and Law Enforcement on Twitch's work to combat CSAM, their escalation procedures, and their interactions with Law Enforcement (LE).
The first webinar in our season of Expert Insights welcomed Dr Mithu Storoni who guided the 100+ attendees through her science-backed guide to tackling stress. With an audience comprising..
Our third annual INHOPE Summit was centered around how we all have a role in the fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). We examined past cases, delivered industry presentations, provided technology demonstrations and discussed how to fight crime in the 21st Century.
Combating Child and Sexual Exploitation - Project Aviator. Attendees were able to have their questions about AviaTor answered first-hand by the engineers working on the tool. Judging by the high level of participation throughout, there is a lot of excitement within the sector about AviaTor.
Drawing on news reports, academic research, campaigns videos, and his experiences in his own career fighting child sexual abuse, Guillermo Galarza zoomed in on the profiles of sexual offenders. Majority male and in positions of authority, they are watching increasingly graphic content with increasingly young children subject to increasingly violent acts.
The key to preventing child sexual abuse and exploitation from Guillermo’s perspective? Education...
During out second US Summit we highlighted how the INHOPE network of hotlines removes online images
and videos of an eight-year old girl named 'Emma'. We discussed the journey of a report, the steps that are taken by the INHOPE network, the role ICCAM plays in preventing revictimisation, and the role that businesses play in preventing online CSAM, technologies that combat online CSAM.
The first INHOPE Summit was a platform to raise awareness of issue of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) online, by understanding the demand of such content and the efforts to combat CSAM - highlighting the crucial role of INHOPE hotlines and the impact of ICCAM.
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