The IWF partners with ICMEC to launch portal that allows anyone, anywhere to report child sexual abuse material online.
This new campaign is aimed at raising awareness of the gradual increase of child sexual abuse material and how it can be reported by the public in target countries.
How we work internationally to tackle online child sexual abuse imagery at a global scale.
Reporting Portals, from the Internet Watch Foundation, offer a country-specific mechanism for reporting online child sexual abuse imagery.
The Ukrainian portal shows the importance of international cooperation with our law enforcement colleagues.
The IWF and The African Partnership to End Violence Against Children worked together to raise awareness about online and offline child sexual abuse.
The End Violence Partnership has supported many of IWF’s projects, including the Reporting Portals project and the reThink chatbot project. Both tools are making the internet safer for all users.
The Morocco reporting portal launched on Safer Internet Day 2021 (9 February), celebrating the international efforts and best practice to make the internet safer for all, and especially for children.
Alongside ICMEC, we are building capacity around child online protection internationally with capacity building events and the launch of IWF reporting portals.
Major IWF campaign to help boost child welfare and internet safety in Uganda and Zambia.
The IWF Reporting Portal in Tunisia shows the importance of working with multiple partners to efficiently fight against child sexual abuse material.
The IWF is one of the most effective hotlines in the world at removing child sexual abuse imagery from the internet, but this has only been possible thanks to the key international partnerships.