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 Regional workshop

Regional workshop

Within the regional project of the regional justice sector entitled "Strengthening Criminal Law Institutions and the Rule of Law in Central and Eastern Europe", in the period from 24th-26th October, a regional workshop on the topic "Best Practices and Progress in the Fight Against Smuggling and Trafficking in Human Beings and the Field of Protection of Human Rights ....

 European Anti-Trafficking Day

European Anti-Trafficking Day

On October 18, 2017 At 11:00 am, at the Building of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo, the Association International Forum of Solidarity - EMMAUS (IFS-EMMAUS) in cooperation with the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina /Department for fight against human trafficking marked the European A....

 EU Anti-Trafficking Day

EU Anti-Trafficking Day

The Association International Forum of Solidarity - EMMAUS (IFS-EMMAUS) in cooperation with the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina/Department for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, is marking this year’s European Day of Combating Trafficking in Human Beings.

In order to raise awareness of the general public ....

 'Glee' actor Mark Salling admits to possessing child porn

'Glee' actor Mark Salling admits to possessing child porn

Former "Glee" actor Mark Salling has reached a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to possession of child pornography.

The plea agreement filed Tuesday in federal court in Los Angeles states the actor is admitting he possessed images of prepubescent children. The agreement states a search w....

 Woman who made child porn videos for husband jailed for 30 years

Woman who made child porn videos for husband jailed for 30 years

A woman who filmed child porn videos to please her husband has been sentenced to 30 years in jail.

Anngela Boyle took photos and video of four children aged between 12 months and 9 to send to her husband, Colin Boyle.

The crimes took place at her home in M....

 ‘Digital dogs’ in UK sniff hidden mobile devices, hard drives to combat terrorism, child porn

‘Digital dogs’ in UK sniff hidden mobile devices, hard drives to combat terrorism, child porn

United Kingdom police forces are keeping the fight against crime up to date in the 21st century—with highly trained dogs.

The newest addition to the Devon & Cornwall and Dorset police forces are two Digital Storage Detection Police Dogs, a first in the U.K.

The “digital dogs&rd....

 Former Teacher Sentenced for Receiving Child Pornography

Former Teacher Sentenced for Receiving Child Pornography

A former South Bay high school teacher who pleaded guilty to receiving child pornography was sentenced to 97 months in prison, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.

Roberto Antonio Sandoval previously admitted to downloading and owning thousands of images of child pornography, some of which depicted children under the ag....

 Man charged with possession of child porn

Man charged with possession of child porn

A Lake Bridgeport man was recently arrested for child pornography.

Anthony Dewayne Peacock, 32, was taken into custody July 26 and charged with possession with intent to promote child pornography.

According to the arrest affidavit, Peacock sent digital images of a naked prepubescent female eng....

 He hacked his neighbor’s Wi-Fi to download child porn. Now he’s headed to prison

He hacked his neighbor’s Wi-Fi to download child porn. Now he’s headed to prison

A Davis man who hacked into his neighbor’s password-protected Wi-Fi network to download child pornography was sentenced in federal court in Sacramento on Wednesday to six years in prison.

Alexander Nathan Norris, 28, who was convicted in a jury trial in May of possessing and distributing material involving the sexual exploi....

 Europol supports Romania in safeguarding an infant victim of sexual exploitation

Europol supports Romania in safeguarding an infant victim of sexual exploitation

A 24-year-old woman has been arrested by Romanian authorities for producing and sharing child sexual abuse material.

Romanian police officers and prosecutors searched the woman’s house in Bacău County, Romania, and seized two laptops, a hard-drive, four USB sticks, two mobile phones and documents which may have been used t....

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Dec 17
Today, on December 5th, 2017, the International Forum of Solidarity - EMMAUS (IFS-EMMAUS) presents the quiz "Budi Cyber-detektiv!" (Be the Cyber-Detective!), an interactive educational application in the form of a quiz that aims to educate children how to recognize and stop the violence, and to introduce them to a relatively new type of the violence in the digital environment, which is expanding in proportion to the expansion of information and communication technologies. The application was created within the project "Child Friendly Guidelines for the Prevention of Violence against Children in Bosnia and Herzegovina", which is implemented by the IFS-EMMAUS, and supported by UNICEF and the Delegation of the European Union, as a form of guidelines for the prevention of violence against children adapted to children aged 12 + years.
Quiz via Facebook social network can be accessed by children aged 13 to 17,9 years, on "Sigurno dijete" Facebook page. For the younger population, a quiz of the same content is located on the web platform and the Internet Hotline for reporting inappropriate content on the Internet, www.sigurnodijete.ba.
All children who finish the quiz with the result and the title Super Cyber Detective have the opportunity to win weekly awards. The quiz will be active for the next six weeks, and every week, children will have the right to re-join the quiz, with the aim to enlighten the problem of violence against children. If from the first attempt, participants of the quiz do not get the result/title 'Super Cyber Detective', the next week they will have the opportunity to improve their score. Each entry gives participants the opportunity to win super prizes.
Read more about the rules of participation or play at: http://sigurnodijete.ba/cyber-detektiv or at Facebook https://www.facebook.com/sigurnodijete
Good luck!
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Nov 17

In order to strengthen the activities of preventing violence against children and encouraging children and their families to contribute to the identification and reporting of cases of violence against children, International Forum of Solidarity - EMMAUS, within the project "Development of Child Friendly Guidelines for the Prevention of Violence Against Children in Bosnia and Herzegovina" in cooperation with recognized experts in the area of prevention of violence against children and protection of children, prepared and published "Guidelines for Prevention of Violence Against Children in the Digital Environment" for professionals working in this field.

Child Friendly Guidelines for the Prevention of Violence against Children in Bosnia and Herzegovina are specifically adapted to the needs of children and their families, complemented by important categories of violence against children, the so-called "online violence" or "violence in the digital environment".

The second Education of professionals (Training of trainers – ToT) on the topic "Development of Child Friendly Guidelines for the Prevention of Violence Against Children in Bosnia and Herzegovina" is taking place on 20th and 21st November, 2017, at the Hollywood Hotel in Sarajevo. The ToT is hosted by IFS-EMMAUS, in cooperation with the Ministry of Security of BiH / Department for combating trafficking in human beings, members of the Regional Monitoring Teams for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and other professionals involved in the field of recognizing and responding to cases of violence against children, as well as coordination of activities and services provided to children victims of violence, which aims to improve capacities for the prevention of violence against children in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Education provides a comprehensive and systematic overview of the situation, including the implementation of mapping of the situation in the field of violence against children in the digital environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina; legislative framework with reference to national and international legislation; through practical case studies, present a system of early recognition of violence against children, including violence in the digital environment and reporting of cases in BiH; and analyze phenomenology of crime and specific manifestations. Through the processing of various thematic areas, with interactive discussions and case studies, the capacities of professionals involved in the field of child protection will be increased.

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Nov 17

On behalf of International Forum of Solidarity – EMMAUS (IFS-EMMAUS), we are pleased to inform You about the public promotion and presentation of the publications of the project „Development of Guidelines for the Prevention of Violence against Children in Bosnia and Herzegovina adapted to Children", supported by UNICEF and the Delegation of the European Union in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

With the aim of strengthening the activities of preventing violence against children and encouraging children and their families to contribute to the identification and reporting of cases of violence against children, IFS-EMMAUS, in cooperation with recognized experts in the area of prevention of violence against children and protection of children, prepared :

  • "Guidelines for dealing with violence against children in the digital environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina" intended for professionals working in this field;
  • Cartoon/story book "All you need to know about violence!" intended for children aged 6-11 years;
  • Online application "Be the Cyber Detective!" for use on social networks for children aged 12+.

Cartoon/story  book and online applications are especially tailored to the needs of children of the above mentioned ages, and handle various forms of violence: neglect of the child, physical, emotional, sexual and peer violence, and online violence or violence in a digital environment. By developing this specific form of violence within the Guidelines and developing specialized content for children, as well as by promoting the implementation of Guidelines in practice, the project contributes to strengthening the existing child protection system in BiH in order to adequately respond to all known forms of violence, exploitation and neglect of children.

Public promotion of publications and press conferences will take place on November 14, 2017, from 13:00 to 14:00h in the premises of the Networks Center (address: Skenderpašina 1, Sarajevo). Representatives of relevant institutions, international organizations and civil society organizations from Bosnia and Herzegovina, experts in the mentioned area, children and youth, as well as representatives of the media were invited to participate in the event. The guests will be addressed by the representatives of the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, UNICEF, IFS-EMMAUS, as well as the experts who participated in the preparation of publications.

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Nov 17

The Internet is a cool place to learn new things, play games and connect with friends and family.
Billions of people around the world use the Internet just like you!

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Nov 17

As a continuation of activities to protect children from violence in the digital environment, IFS-EMMAUS, with the support of the Federal Ministry of Education and Science, in the period October - December 2017, is implementing activities within the project "Strengthening the Capacity of Educational Institutions for the Prevention of Abuse and Exploitation of Children Through Information and Communication Technologies", in cooperation with the Association of Teachers and Informatics Teachers of Sarajevo Canton Edu IT.

Namely, in order to intensify activities in this area, ten (10) webinars will be realized in November on the topic "Preventing the Negative Impacts of the Internet on Children - Family Safety". Webinars are planned in order to strengthen the capacities of educational institutions for preventing abuse and exploitation of children through ICT, and through education for computer sciences teachers working in schools in the Federation of BiH. Webinars will be realized by the same one-hour program, according to the timetable within ten (10) sessions. After the webinars are realized, it is planned for the teachers who have participated in the webinar to transfer the acquired knowledge to their colleagues, pedagogues, psychologists, as well as class teachers in their schools, and thereby they will recieve IFS-EMMAUS online support via e-mail, regarding this topic. Through interactive lectures and discussions, teachers will be introduced to the positive and negative impacts of the Internet on children, and in which ways the social isolation of children and the undesirable outcomes of exposure to violence on the Internet can be prevented.

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Oct 17

Pope Francis addresses participants

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