End child sexual abuse Online
" We invite you to join us in helping to protect every child from the threat of online sexual exploitation. Please help reverse the tide of violence against children by mobilizing your networks in your religious meeting place, your neighborhood, your organization, your work and your schools. "
Child sexual abuse Online is growing so fast in the whole world and children have become victims of it and this is due to rapid development of information and communications technologies (ICTs) and the advent of the Internet have introduced an entirely new dimension to the sexual exploitation of children. We must act now to protect our children in the virtual world. All forms of violence against children, including online sexual exploitation, are offensive and a straight assault to the unchallengeable, inbuilt dignity of every child
Child sexual exploitation has soared in recent years as reflected by the ever growing making and distribution of child sexual abuse materials due to the use of more advanced ICTs by perpetrators. According to police reports, the number of child sexual abuse materials now in transmission is surprising. Practices such as 'sexting' (the self-production and distribution of sexualized communication or images) also place children at risk of Sexual abuse and exploitation.
It’s never too early’: Education is key in ending child sexual abuse especially that occurs online and physical. “Ninety per cent of children who are abused are abused by someone they know and trust. Sixty per cent of the time, that is an immediate or extended family member,” What can we do to make sure there are fewer victims and abusers? We desperately need to change the way we think about and react to child sexual abuse in our country. The days of waiting until abuse is detected are untenable.
Child sexual abuse exploits and degrades children and can cause serious damage to cognitive, social, and emotional development of a child. As a society, we have a collective responsibility to prevent child sexual abuse. To accomplish this, we must initiate and support services and policies that enhance children’s development, health and safety and we must advocate for policies and programs to help meet the basic needs of children and families. We must also promote research, training, and public education to strengthen protective factors that buffer risk factors for sexual abuse while also directly addressing those risk factors.
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