Fighting CSAM.

Fighting CSAM.

A safe childhood.

A safe childhood.

A global network.

A global network.

We are a global
network of 50
member hotlines.

We lead the fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) online.
We connect and support hotlines with funding from the European Commission.
We promote legislative and policy development to support our vision.
Your
contribution
counts.

Your
contribution
counts.

Reporting suspected child sexual abuse images or videos, including a sexually explicit image of a child, supports the fight against such material. Scroll down to see how.

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Prevent Child Sexual Abuse!

Child Sexual Abuse Material consumption is considered as the viewing or downloading of any images or videos that show a child engaged in or depicted as being engaged in explicit sexual activity. Contact offences are those which involve direct contact of a sexual nature with a child.

Prevention initiatives exist globally to tackle both.

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Insights & articles

Developing Resilience in the Digital Safety field recap (part 1)

This webinar provided participants with all the necessary tools and best practices to develop a wellness and resilience plan to mitigate the negative effects of analysing impactful conte (...)

Developing Resilience in the Digital Safety field recap (part 1)

The importance of human content moderators

Trust and Safety (T&S) agents are the first and most important line of defence for any online service provider. They work to maintain community guidelines by detecting and removing h (...)

The importance of human content moderators

Webinar: Proactive vs. Reactive hotline communication

This webinar will explore campaign approaches and how hotlines can actively communicate with young people on the topic of child sexual abuse and exploitation. 2022 is the year to speak u (...)

Webinar: Proactive vs. Reactive hotline communication

Tackling CSAM hosting in the Netherlands

Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) is shared and distributed online creating a global problem in its removal. However, while content spreads online the existence of this material require (...)

Tackling CSAM hosting in the Netherlands

Deep dive INHOPE Annual Report recap

The INHOPE Chief Operating Officer Dushica Naumovska and Technical Product Manager Kalina Zografska took the audience on a journey through the most striking developments, insights, and d (...)

Deep dive INHOPE Annual Report recap

INHOPE launches Annual Report 2021

Sustainable development was INHOPEs direction for 2021. After embracing the need for change created by COVID-19, we find ourselves concluding this year in a stronger position than where (...)

INHOPE launches Annual Report 2021

Meet Grete, the INHOPE Project Officer

Get to know the people behind INHOPE with our team member spotlight.

Meet Grete, the INHOPE Project Officer

Transactional Sexting and self-generated content recap

At the most recent INHOPE Expert Insights webinar, Niels van Paemel, policy advisor at Child Focus, shared how more academic research i (...)

Transactional Sexting and self-generated content recap

Webinar: Developing Resilience in the Digital Safety Field

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 o (...)

Webinar: Developing Resilience in the Digital Safety Field

Live-streamed Abuse of Minors recap - What can be done? (Part 2)

Part two of the webinar recap: live-streamed abuse of minors is focused on proactive collaborations between law enforcement, key tech players, and relevant NGOs.

Live-streamed Abuse of Minors recap - What can be done? (Part 2)