Stakeholders

IHC also works with other stakeholders such as government, internet industry, schools, travel agencies and civil society to leverage our work on combating child sexual abuse and exploitation online.

Safer Internet Day

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

ECPAT Sweden

ECPAT Sverige (Sweden) was established as an NGO in 1996, and is a member of ECPAT International’s global network with representation in over 70 countries. ECPAT Sweden collaborates with other NGOs, authorities and part of the industry to fight commercial sexual exploitation of children.

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

Government: We support the national government agencies mandated with child protection by providing an evidence based understanding of the online issues and helping them develop a plan of action based on research evidence to tackle online child sexual exploitation.

Civil Society: IHC shares the information about online child sexual exploitation trends with other civil society organisations in Cambodia and internationally and coordinates the referral of online cases.  

Internet Industry: We engage Internet Service Providers (ISPs), webmasters, content providers, etc. in learning activities through dialogues and workshops where they can gain an understanding of online risks, how they can contribute to stopping the problem, and recommendations to make their services safer for their clients.

Schools: We provide knowledge to school students, teachers and members of the management through training and awareness raising activities so that they can stay safe, teach their students and implement a child safeguarding policy in their institution to prevent online risk. They also know what to do and are able to report when they come across child sexual abuse images online. 

Travel Agencies: We raise their awareness of online child sexual exploitation and help them develop solutions to prevent misuse of their service for abusing children. We also offer them advice and recommendations to promote child protection in their business.  

APLE and Cambodian Association of Travel Agents (CATA) co-organize a full-day workshop on prevention of sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism. 

Useful links from stakeholders

Child Welfare & Online Safety Organisations (links from INHOPE)

INSAFE: www.saferinternet.org

INHOPE / INSAFE Web Portal: www.saferinternet.eu

eNACSO: www.enacso.eu

Childnet: www.childnet-int.org

End Child Pornography and Trafficking (ECPAT): www.ecpat.org

Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI): www.fosi.org

International Center for Missing and Exploited children (ICMEC): www.icmec.org

Media Awareness Network: www.media-awareness.ca

International Save the Children Alliance: www.savethechildren.net

Industry

Microsoft: www.microsoft.com

Vodafone: www.vodafone.com

Telefonica: www.telefonica.com

GSMA: www.gsmworld.com

Euroispa: www.euroispa.org

AOL: www.aol.com

T-Online: www.t-online.net