CPP Project Manager Chris Yeomans is in Thailand, where he attended a showcase event hosted by CPP and its Thai partners on June 22. At the event, CPP unveiled the Circle of Rights Thailand report. This report focuses on how the CPP and its partners used the Circle of Rights process in three Thai communities to create positive ICT child protection strategies.
Stay tuned for more updates and stories from Thailand.
Cyberstalking refers to harassment or unwanted communication via some form of technology including computers, global positioning systems (GPS), cell phones, cameras and more. The National Center for Victims of Crime (USA) defines cyberstalking as “threatening behavior or unwanted advances directed at another using the Internet and other forms of online and computer communications.”
The CPP Canadian Study Tour was an exciting, ten day event that brought together Law Enforcement and policy officials from Brazil, Thailand and Canada from October 24 to November 3, 2010, in Ottawa, Edmonton, and Victoria, Canada.
In recognition of important research undertaken by CPP in Brazil towards Plan International's 2010 "Because I am a Girl" report, CPP Director Suzanne Williams was interviewed by CTV, a Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian television station.
Suzanne was asked to comment on the issue of adolescent girls and online use, a major theme in the 2010 report titled "Digital and Urban Frontiers: Girls in a Changing Landscape"