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families and protect children through education and prevention material.
Resources and information to keep families, schools, child-serving organizations, and, most importantly, children safe during this
Learn more about the prevalence of child sexual abuse, how it happens, disclosure, and supporting a child through disclosure.
Explore resources that discuss how to reduce risks to children in daily life, tips for discussing safety with children, and more.
Age-appropriate resources for staying safe while online.
Learn how to respond and report concerning behaviour and child sexual abuse.
Specialized resources and information for families who have experienced child sexual abuse.
Browse our personal and internet safety sheets, activity booklets, comic books, parent brochures, and more.
In this report the Canadian Centre identifies a number of barriers for reporting and getting child sexual abuse material removed from some of the most widely-used web platforms.
The results of this survey underscore the public’s opinion on how industry should be held accountable in the removal of online child
sexual abuse material, and harmful/abusive images of children.
This framework not only outlines the problems with current responses to the removal of child sexual abuse images online, but also
proposes a set of principles for action that prioritizes the best interests and protection of children through clarified roles and a
standardized global approach.
Following the Supreme Court of Canada decision on the meaning of bestiality, the Canadian Centre set out to learn more about the
nature of bestiality offending in Canada by looking at reported Canadian cases.
This study reveals the number and nature of sexual offences committed (or allegedly committed) against children by employees
within schools and makes recommendations for better protecting children in schools.
To better understand the impacts of survivors having their child sexual abuse recorded and/or distributed online, the Canadian
Centre launched this important initiative.
The study aims to evaluate the demographics and circumstances of children who were abducted, as well as the techniques and histories
This report highlights the scope of child sexual abuse material online, along with recommendations for
reducing the availability and continued distribution of this content.
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