The Child Protection Partnership (CPP) is a multi-sector collaboration of individuals and organizations who work to protect children from sexual exploitation enabled by worldwide use of information and communication technology (ICT).
The overarching goal of CPP is to reduce, and where possible, eliminate ICT enabled child sexual exploitation by building from good practices and technology across public and private sectors.
CPP has an emphasis on three outcomes:
- Equip law enforcement, government and supporting organizations to better address ICT enabled child sexual exploitation
- Connect vulnerable children to services that can protect them
- Adopt a coordinated systems approach so stakeholders work in close partnership
CPP collaborates with its extensive network of global and local partners to support law enforcement, government and related agencies. By focusing on prevention, protection and accountability of systems the partners ensure that children’s rights are respected.
This is an issue without boundaries that cannot be solved by one organization or nation; it must be addressed by stakeholders working together. CPP is taking a leadership role in this important global effort.