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Never Before Will Law Enforcement Agencies Have Been So Well Equipped to Prevent Child Abuse

Never Before Will Law Enforcement Agencies Have Been So Well Equipped to Prevent Child Abuse

There are very few crimes which provoke such powerful emotions as child sexual abuse.

The predatory paedophiles who commit these vile and abhorrent offences destroy the lives of their vulnerable victims for their own depraved gratification. It is a stain on civilised society, and one this government is absolutely determined to re....

More Than 1,400 Children Suffered 'Appalling' Abuse In Rotherham For 16 Years

More Than 1,400 Children Suffered 'Appalling' Abuse In Rotherham For 16 Years

Around 1,400 children were sexually exploited in one town over a 16-year period, according to a report which concluded: "It is hard to describe the appalling nature of the abuse that child victims suffered."

Safer Internet Forum 2014

Safer Internet Forum 2014

This November, the European Commission’s Safer Internet Programme will host the 11th edition of the Safer Internet Forum (SIF). The Safer Internet Forum is an annual international conference where policy-makers, researchers, law enforcement bodies, youth, parents and carers, teachers, NGOs, industry representatives, experts and other relevant actors come together ....

Posting pictures to a school website

Posting pictures to a school website

The taking, publishing and sharing of images is one area where technological changes have resulted in a revolution in the way the whole process takes place. No longer do you have to bring a roll of film to a developer and wait for your pictures to be printed. Instead, digital cameras and high-spec camera phones mean taking and publishing photos can be done in just a....

[Belgium] Keeping parents and teachers up-to-date with the latest jargon of youngsters online

[Belgium] Keeping parents and teachers up-to-date with the latest jargon of youngsters online

As the Belgian Safer Internet Centre (SIC), Child Focus is aware of the latest changes and upcoming trends regarding social media use among young people. It’s not always easy to follow this high-speed evolution in the digital world, but it’s necessary to know what youngsters are doing online and how risks may evolve over time. This of course also has consequence....

WhatsApp and the new school year – technology challenges for classroom dynamics

WhatsApp and the new school year – technology challenges for classroom dynamics

It’s fall and a new group of students are getting together, maybe in a new class or a new school entirely. Some of them might know each other; others won’t. But regardless, this new beginning offers new possibilities for online communication.

To prevent child abuse, govt plans awareness modules

To prevent child abuse, govt plans awareness modules

To prevent child abuse, especially sexual abuse, the Delhi government’s Women and Child Development (WCD) department has decided to come up with awareness modules for three age groups —5-8 years, 9-12 years and 12-18 years.

Such an exercise — called Stay Safe-Prevention-Educating Children — has been taken up for the first....

Ask.fm purchased by Ask.com and Tinder

Ask.fm purchased by Ask.com and Tinder

Last week, Ask.fm was purchased by the owners of Tinder and Ask.com. Ask.fm has been the target of negative media coverage in recent times, facing criticism for negligence regarding users’ safety after cyberbullying cases culminated in the tragic suicides of nine teenagers.

Unanderra man arrested for possession of child abuse material - SCC Sex Crimes Squad

Unanderra man arrested for possession of child abuse material - SCC Sex Crimes Squad

Detectives from the Sex Crimes Squad have arrested and charged a 35-year-old man from Unanderra with child abuse material possession.

Last year, after receiving information which suggested a man may have been in possession of child abuse material, Sex Crimes Squad detectives executed a search warrant at a home in Unanderra on Wed....

Vic man jailed for child abuse via web

Vic man jailed for child abuse via web

A Victorian man has been jailed for remotely abusing more than 50 young girls, who he directed to perform sex acts as he watched via a live web feed from the Philippines.

Brett Geoffrey Le Gassick, 43, used a web camera to watch and direct girls as young as 10 in a crime described by the judge as exploitative and damaging for alr....

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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