Closing Conference of the EndOCSEA@Europe project
Fighting online child sexual exploitation and abuse with new standards and policies, research, knowledge and awareness raising tools
The regional project to End Online Child Sexual Exploitatioin and Abuse @ Europe (EndOCSEA @ Europe) aims at ensuring that the rights of children are protected through effective multi-national, interdisciplinary and cross-sectorial cooperation. It includes 3 mutually reinforcing components, is closely anchored in the Council of Europe Strategy for the Rights of the Child (2016-2021) which indentifies the rights of the child in the digital environment as a priority area. It is also embedded in the overall work of the Council of Europe in the field of Cybercrime, supporting states to apply relevant Budapest Convention provisions.
The closing conference, organised as part of Together to #ENDviolence, as an affiliate event of the Solutions Summit Series, will include three webinars, bringing light to the key issues and concrete results of the project.
The first webinar: Tackling OCSEA through the Lanzarote and Budapest Conventions will include presentations from the Lanzarote Committee, the T-CY, the Special Rapporteur on the sale of children, WeProtect Global Alliance, and the End Violence Fund.
The second webinar: The key findings and new recommendations of the updated Baseline Mapping of Member State responses to prevent and combat online child sexual exploitation and abuse will be presented by its drafter, Victoria Baines, and discussed with key international partners.
The third webinar: Entering the world of ‘Kiko and the Manymes’ for parents, carers and professionals working with very young children (4-7 years old).
- Virgil Spiridon, Head of Operations, C-PROC Cybercrime Programme Office
- We PROTECT Global Alliance