A list of where to report some of the other types of harmful content you may see online.
A new IWF portal will, for the first time, give people in Tunisia a safe and anonymous place to report illegal videos and images.
The Kenyan public will now have a safe and anonymous place to report suspected images and videos of children suffering sexual abuse.
A specialised new team will take ‘digital fingerprints’ of millions of images so companies and organisations around the world can spot them and have them removed.
The IWF worked alongside the Ministerio Público o Fiscalía General, (Public Prosecutor’s Office), to set up the portal, with extra support from the Office Against Child trafficking of Guatemala and crucial help from UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime).
‘The launch of the IWF Reporting Portal in Morocco constitutes a safe, easily accessible and efficient way to contribute to the eradication of this plague that threatens children behind their screens.’
"Child online protection is a shared responsibility".
IWF analysts have seen accelerating numbers of public reports of child sexual abuse, with more people staying and working from home among contributing factors.