43 child rights organisations make a joint submission to the Global Digital Compact

Together with five expert organisations (5 Rights Foundation, ECPAT International, International Telecommunication Union (ITU), WeProtect Global Alliance and World Childhood Foundation Sweden, the End Violence Partnership has prepared a joint submission to advocate for the protection of children from online risks and harms to be meaningfully integrated across the Global Digital Compact.

The consultation aims to inform the design of the Global Digital Compact that will outline ‘shared principles for an open, free and secure digital future for all’ to be agreed at the Summit of the Future in September 2024. We need to make sure children’s rights to protection online are taken into account in the global digital agenda. This joint submission brings together the expertise and voices of 43 child rights organisations and partners to outline critical principles and commitments key actors should follow to ensure the digital world is safe for children.

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                                             43 organisations call upon #GlobalDigitalCompact to lead the way to reverse the wave of online child sexual exploitation & abuse

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