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Child sex abuse arrests: Police hold hundreds of suspected paedophiles including doctors, police officers and teachers

Child sex abuse arrests: Police hold hundreds of suspected paedophiles including doctors, police officers and teachers

Police forces across the country have arrested 660 suspected paedophiles including doctors, teachers and former police officers in the biggest operation for more than ten years targeting online child abusers.

Google bans porn advertising on Adwords

Google bans porn advertising on Adwords

Google has begun to enforce a ban on adverts that promote “sexually explicit content”, preventing them from appearing in its online search results, as The Guardian and other international media revealed. The company will no longer allow ads that contain sexual i....

Sniffer dog finds child abuse images

Sniffer dog finds child abuse images

A suspect has been arrested after a dog trained to detect electronic circuitry found a memory stick containing images of child sexual abuse hidden in a tin box inside a metal cabinet.

UK and US launch taskforce to tackle child abuse

UK and US launch taskforce to tackle child abuse

Policing Minister Damian Green launched the first meeting of the ‘US-UK taskforce to Counter Online Child Exploitation’.

Policing Minister Damian Green launched the first meeting of the ‘US-UK taskforce to Counter Online Child Exploitation’ at the US Department of Justice in Washington on Monday.

Mother's Instagram account shut down over her child's photo

Mother's Instagram account shut down over her child's photo

A mother in the UK had her account on Instagram shut down when she posted a photo of her 19-month-old daughter on Instagram which was considered ‘inappropriate’. However, the mother argued it was just a cute photo of her daughter showing her belly button.  The photo-sharing social network replied that the account was shut down in line with its child protect....

Call 1929 to report web child abuse

Call 1929 to report web child abuse

SRI LANKA: National Child Protection Authority (NCPA) authorities yesterday urged the public to use its 24 hour child hotline 1929 to report attempts at child abuse via the internet.

The sources said the NCPA Internet Crime Investigation Unit reintroduced in January this year, was keeping a strict vigil on attempts at child abuse....

Anti-paedophile police fight child porn 'epidemic'

Anti-paedophile police fight child porn 'epidemic'

The internet trade in images that show child sex abuse is now "an epidemic", according to the head of the global initiative to combat the problem.

Police officers from around the world serve on the Virtual Global Taskforce.

Its chairman, Ian Quinn, tells the BBC there has been an "explosion" i....

UNODC launches study on online child abuse and exploitation

UNODC launches study on online child abuse and exploitation

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) launched a study on online child abuse and exploitation.

"Cyberspace is a place where children can be groomed with impunity, while the perpetrators remain hidden. By launching this study, UNODC and its partners are helping to bring online child abusers out of the shadows and into the judicial spotlight thr....

Prestigious Indonesian School Fights to Regain Trust After Child-Abuse Charges

Prestigious Indonesian School Fights to Regain Trust After Child-Abuse Charges

Jakarta International School Administrators Move After Arrests of Outside Contractors

JAKARTA—One of Asia's leading international schools has become embroiled in a child-abuse scandal that has resulted in the arrest of six janitors provided by an outsi....

Children abused in sick online shows

Children abused in sick online shows

YOUNG children are being ­violently abused in a sickening new trade in online torture “shows”

Victoria Police has revealed it is monitoring the depraved internet abuse, which sees ­toddlers horrifically sexually ­assaulted and burnt live on webcams.

Taskforce Astraea — a specialist un....

During many years of activity in the field of prevention of human trafficking in Bosnia and Herzegovina, International Forum of Solidarity- EMMAUS has continuously implemented activities such as the capacity building and training of professionals involved in efforts to combat trafficking in human beings, including representatives of state institutions, law enforcement agencies, prosecutor's offices, educational and health institutions, non-government sector, and other professionals in this field of activity. As a continuation of activities aimed at building the capacity of relevant institutions, IFS- EMMAUS expanded and intensified activities through the implementation of regional projects such as the project “Promoting a Victim Centered Approach in Trafficking Cases in Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina: Treatment of Victims and Witnesses in Judicial Process“.

This project will further enhance the capacity of the judiciary, prosecution services and judicial academies of these countries to fully comply with EU standards, with a focus on trafficking in human beings: treatment of victims and witnesses in judicial process, supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.

The Dutch Judicial Academy – SSR actively participated in the transfer of judicial institution experience and prosecution in trafficking cases, through Training of trainers: "Trafficking in human beings", on 6th and 7th March 2014. During the training, judges and prosecutors from Bosnia and Herzegovina, through theoretical and practical work, learned how to organize education on this topic and transfer their knowledge and skills to their fellow judges and prosecutors.

In order to implement further educational activities, IFS- EMMAUS, in cooperation with the Dutch Judicial Academy, Public institution Centre for Judicial and Prosecutorial Training of FBIH and RS, and the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina, held a two-day seminar entitled " Trafficking in Human Beings: Treatment of Victims and Witnesses in Judicial Process“" at the hotel "Garden city" in Konjic, on 24th and 25th April 2014.

The aim of the seminar was for judges and prosecutors from Bosnia and Herzegovina, through theoretical and practical work, to transfer their knowledge, skills and expertise in applying a victim centered approach in trafficking cases to their judge and prosecutor colleagues, as well as to representatives of law enforcement agencies.

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