Our Partners - The Internet Hotline Cambodia

Our Partners.

We value working in partnership simply because fighting child sexual abuse/exploitation online demands a global solution

Government

Formal Partnership

We partner and collaborate the national government agencies mandated with a child protection responsibility.

Ministry of Interior

Through a Memorandum of Understanding mutually signed, we cooperate with the National Committee for Counter Trafficking in 4 main areas including capacity building, investigative assistance for law enforcement, victim support and prevention through community engagement.

Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between APLE and MoSVY to cooperate in the provision of services to victims of sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking. It also includes partnership in capacity building, referral and case management.

Law Enforcement

Under the MoU with the Ministry of Interior, we closely collaborate with the Cambodian National Police in charge of anti-human trafficking and juvenile protection and provide assistance for investigations of crime against children.

INHOPE

Global Membership Organization

INHOPE is the leading global network combatting online Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM).

A global network of hotlines

The Network consists of 46 hotlines in 42 countries that provide the public with a way to anonymously report illegal content online with a focus on CSAM. INHOPE is based in the Netherlands and their member Hotlines operate in all EU member states, Russia, South Africa, North & South America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

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Membership

Since 2015, APLE has joined the INHOPE membership to eradicate child sexual abuse material online.

We collaborate with INHOPE and share their mission to combat Child Sexual Abuse Material online by exchanging reports of possible CSAM and collectively working to remove images from the Internet.

Safer Internet Day

We have joined the Safer Internet Day since 2018 to support and organize awareness-raising events, resource dissemination, aiming to make the internet a safer and better place for children.

Over the years, Safer Internet Day (SID) has become a landmark event in the online safety calendar.

Starting as an initiative of the EU SafeBorders project in 2004 and taken up by the Insafe network as one of its earliest actions in 2005, Safer Internet Day has grown beyond its traditional geographic zone and is now celebrated in approximately 170 countries worldwide.​​

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