Child sexual abuse has a devastating impact on people’s lives and we’re here to stop this. Find out more about our national campaigns and learn how you can support us in our fight against child sexual abuse images and videos online, so that survivors like Olivia don’t have to live with the torment of knowing their abuse is being watched by others.
Self-generated child sexual abuse prevention campaign
Any child with unrestricted access to internet-connected devices is at risk. The campaign aims to empower girls, and warn their parents and carers about the risks posed by online predators targeting children. We want to build resilience to the threat of self-generated sexual abuse of children, thereby reducing the number of incidences.
Let's close the door to online child sexual abusers. Learn more here.
What would you do if you stumble across child sexual abuse images and videos online? We all want to do the right thing online, but it’s not always clear how. We want to help you to use the internet safely by making sure you know what to do if you stumble across sexual images or videos of someone you think might be under 18. Find out more here.
Every 5 minutes our analysts in Cambridge find and remove a photo online of a child suffering sexual abuse. We’re calling on companies, organisations and individuals in Cambridgeshire to help us be the leaders of this global fight. Find out all the ways you can do this here.
There’s #NoSuchThing as child pornography. It’s child sexual abuse imagery and videos. ‘Child pornography’; implies consent, yet children cannot be complicit in their own abuse. We’re calling for the media to stop using this terminology and help protect the victims of this abhorrent crime. Find out more and support our pledge here.