May162018Guest WriterRead more
We were recently fortunate enough to have a conversation with Neil J Walsh from the UNODC (UN Office on Drugs and Crime) about the UN’s work combatting online child sexual abuse.
Apr252018Guest WriterRead more
Ulrika Rogland: “It is the Police that are struggling to find sufficient resources and build an organisational structure that suits the crime.”
Apr162018Guest WriterRead more
Researcher and lecturer Maggie Brennan, about how academia can contribute to efforts to fight online child sexual abuse.
Apr112018Guest WriterRead more
Trafficking, which includes child sexual abuse material, is the world’s third largest and most profitable organised crime. Financial coalitions across the world have however managed to ensure that the ability to pay for this crime through legitimate transaction channels has in the main ceased.
Apr042018Guest WriterRead more
Maggie Brennan: Academic research is central to better, evidence-led decision making in the fight against online child sexual exploitation.
Mar282018Guest WriterRead more
Mats Granryd, GSMA: All organisations and businesses within the telecoms industry are aware of the problem of child sexual abuse content, and the industry is addressing it in many different ways.
Mar202018Guest WriterRead more
Susie Hargreaves, Internet Watch Foundation: There is a widespread perception that the business world doesn’t do enough to fight the dissemination of child sexual abuse material, so we spend a lot of time highlighting the good work that they do.
Mar082018Guest WriterRead more
Åsa Kastbom, Senior Doctor at the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, talks about how she has the greatest job in the world.
Mar072018Guest WriterRead more
Steven Wilson, Head of European Cybercrime Centre, Europol: The problem of child sexual exploitation needs to be tackled on a global level. If we try to tackle it on a national level we will only have partial success. As a pan-European organisation, Europol has a position that enables a larger overview than a more limited national perspective.
Feb062018Guest WriterRead more
Caroline Engvall, journalist and author who writes and campaigns on the issue of children in Swedish sex-trade and on child sexual abuse, about the need of more resources in the fight against online