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Partner achievements for a safer internet

Prevent Child Sexual Abuse Programme / Highlights

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Today is the 20th Safer Internet Day! On the second day of the second week, of the second month of every year, the world uses Safer Internet Day as a collective moment to bring attention to issues affecting people, especially children, online.

Our partners are at the forefront of efforts to ensure a safer internet for children. Whether it is advocacy, policy and legal reforms, supporting survivors, or ending impunity, our partners have the safety of children online at the core of what they do.

In recognition of Safer Internet Day 2023 – and the inspiring work of our partners – check out this collection of stories over the past few years about their work and achievements! Well done to all our partners working on this important issue and thank you for helping to make the internet a safer place for children!

Steps to protect our children online: Read the full story

First of its kind: a code of practice for tech companies to protect children online: Read the full story

Innovative advocacy in the fight against online child sexual abuse: Read the full story

Sharing strategies to hold tech companies accountable: Read the full story

Providing a platform for change and empowering the voices of survivors: Read the full story

Removing online child sexual abuse material: Read the full story

Protecting children from online sexual abuse: Read the full story

These grants fall under Oak’s Prevent Child Sexual Abuse (PCSA) programme, and within that our priority funding area of safe digital environments, that works to support advocacy and regulation of the online space to protect children from sexual abuse.  

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