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  1. EU a ‘toxic warehouse’ of child sexual abuse, as lawmakers urged to ‘get a grip’ on spiralling problem

    The most extreme child sexual abuse imagery hosted in the EU is “spiralling out of control” as lawmakers are urged to clamp down on criminals using the continent as a toxic warehouse for dangerous material.

  2. IWF and EU partners march in Brussels to demand action on vital child sexual abuse regulation

    A Europe-wide coalition of survivors, young people and child protection organisations took to the streets in hazmat suits calling on EU leaders to ‘clean up the internet’

  3. EU Parliament deal is an unacceptable compromise on children’s safety online, warns child rights coalition

    The Internet Watch Foundation is joining ECLAG coalition partners in a statement urging EU policymakers ‘to not fail children, victims and survivors and adopt ambitious measures to effectively protect children from sexual abuse and grooming.’

  4. EU

    How the IWF works with the EU on policy to make children safer online. Includes Policy Briefs and Consultations.

  5. France fifth worst for hosting child sexual abuse content in EU, as criminals target French servers

    The Internet Watch Foundation says criminal gangs are finding ‘safe havens’ to harbour abuse imagery in EU countries.

  6. IMCO’s draft opinion weakens online child protection in the European Union

  7. European Child Sexual Abuse Legislation Advocacy Group (ECLAG)

    IWF is a steering group member of the European Child Sexual Abuse Legislation Advocacy Group (ECLAG) working to end child sexual abuse both on and offline.

  8. EU grant for child protection online amid fears for future funding

  9. Calls for focus on prevention as Europe still hosting 'horrible numbers' of child sexual abuse sites

    On April 27, the IWF was in Brussels to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the IWF and to discuss forthcoming EU legislation to tackle Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation.

  10. New European proposals show 'welcome determination to front up to criminals' abusing and exploiting children online

    On May 11, the European Commission announced its new European strategy for laying down rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse.

  11. Germany among worst for hosting sexual imagery of children in the EU, IWF warns

    Germany is being urged to support tougher European proposals to target and eliminate child sexual abuse on the internet.

  12. The IWF stands in support of two new campaigns fighting to protect children online

    Internet Watch Foundation is proudly adds name to two new campaigns focusing on improving the response to child sexual abuse in the EU