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Our campaigns

Child sexual abuse has a devastating impact on survivor’s lives and we’re here to help stop the revictimisation they experience every time images or videos of that abuse are shared, sold or viewed online. In conjunction with national and international partners in the private and public sector, we regularly run campaigns aimed at raising awareness of child sexual abuse online, how to report it and how it can be prevented.

Here you’ll find out more about current and past campaigns and learn how you can support us in our mission to eliminate child sexual abuse images and videos online.

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TALK and Gurls Out Loud 'self-generated' child sexual abuse prevention campaign

Let's close the door to online child sexual abusers. This campaign aims to empower young people, and warn their parents and carers about the risks posed by online predators targeting children.

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So socking simple

We want to help young people stay safe online by making sure you know what to do if you accidentally see sexual images or videos of someone you think might be under 18.

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No such thing

We are campaigning for an end to use of the phrase ‘child pornography’. There’s #NoSuchThing. It’s child sexual abuse imagery and videos.

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IWF awareness campaign in Zambia and Uganda

Major IWF campaign to help boost child welfare and internet safety in Uganda and Zambia.

Visual from Every 5 Minutes campaign


Every 5 Minutes our analysts in Cambridge find & remove an image or video online of a child suffering sexual abuse.

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Self-generated child sexual abuse fieldwork findings report

This report conducted in collaboration with the Policing Institute for the Eastern Region (PIER) highlights the gravity of self-generated child sexual abuse material.