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|Video: Click to Protect. Change to Connect.||
CPP has developed a video (abridged and full length versions) highlighting the people and places connected to the initiative. Hear stories from young people and members of the CPP team as they speak about their experiences and the impact CPP is making in communities across Brazil and Thailand.
|The Urban and Digital Divide – Same City: Different World||
I spent international "Because I am a Girl" (BIAAG) Day at the launch of the BIAAG Report by CPP in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
At the top table were the partners in this research – the host organization Obra do Berca (an NGO based in a Favela), Plan Brazil, CPP and 4 young girls aged 11-13 (two from Favela and two from a private school).
|Strengthening the International Law Enforcement Response to ICT Enabled Child Sexual Exploitation||
CPP Law Enforcement and Policy partners from Brazil and Thailand joined Canadian counterparts for a 10-day intentsive Canadian Study Tour to strengthen the three countries' ability to address ICT enabled child sexual exploitation.
|Strengthening Collaboration on Law Enforcement and Policy: Sharing Knowledge to Address ICT Enabled Child Sexual Exploitation||
CPP law enforcement and policy partners from Canada joined Thai counterparts for an eight day intensive Policy and Law Enforcement Thailand Exchange Tour to share knowledge to address ICT enabled child sexual exploitation.
This report captures the highlights of the Thai Policy and Law Enforcement Exchange Tour that took place Feb 28-Mar 7, 2011.
|Special message from UNICEF UK Goodwill Ambassador Ewan McGregor||
Actor and UNICEF UK Goodwill Ambassador Ewan McGregor thanks young people around the world for taking action to bring about positive changes for themselves and their communities.
|Report of the Brazil-Canada Law Enforcement and Policy Exchange Tour, June 2011||
The CPP Brazil-Canada Law Enforcement and Policy Exchange Tour ("Brazil-Canada Exchange Tour") held from June 9 – 15, 2011 in Brazil was a follow-up to the CPP Canada-Thailand-Brazil Study Tour which took place in Canada from October 24 to November 3, 2010. That event was hosted by the RCMP’s National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre and executing agency IICRD (report at http://www.childprotectionpartnership.org/sites/default/files/CPP_Study_...).
|Remarks by H.E. Mr. Abhisit Vejjajiva,Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand||
Remarks by H.E. Mr. Abhisit Vejjajiva,Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand, at The Symposium on Because I am A Girl 2010 Report “Digital and Urban Frontier: Girls in a Changing Landscape”, September 19, 2010, Queen Sirikit Convention Center, Bangkok.
PLAN Country Directors, Thailand and Japan,
|Regional Overview on Child Sexual Abuse Images through the use of Information and Communication Technologies in Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine||
By ECPAT, 2008
NetNews is the official CPP e-newsletter that shares stories, project updates, breaking news and resources related to CPP and to ICT enabled child sexual exploitation. Click on the links below to view our previous editions of NetNews.
|Microsoft Creating Safer Spaces for Children||
"Our vision is to support more effective child-exploitation policing by enabling collaboration and information sharing across police services. The tracking system will serve as a repository of information and will also be used as an investigative tool."