Efforts to protect children from online pornography have progressed in several countries as the public and Governments’ understanding of the harm done to children by pornography has increased. However, the pace of change has not been fast enough. To keep up with what has progressed and identify the work still to do, we could really use your help.
Can you please provide a short country update? Country updates will give the Connecting to Protect initiative an indication of what efforts are gaining traction, including legislative changes, age verification, political will, education changes, widespread community initiatives or similar.
Please provide your update no later than October 15, 2021.
From this point, the Connecting to Protect team will reach out to several respondents to seek further involvement in the Stronger Together Global Virtual Summit held February 16–18, 2022.
Those seeking to deliver a presentation that prioritizes strategies to respond to the mental health and safety consequences to children accessing online pornography may apply here.