A guide for religious groups to take action to protect children from online sexual exploitation (OCSE). It contains an overview of the issue, information on the perspectives of different religions on child protection, and step-by-step tips to take action.

The guide is available in English, Spanish, and French.

Protecting Children from Online Sexual Exploitation: A Guide to Action For Religious Leaders and Communities - ECPAT and Religions For Peace, 2016 DOWNLOAD
Protegiendo a Niñas, Niños y Adolescentes contra la Explotación Sexual en línea: Una Guía para la Acción para Líderes y Comunidades Religiosas - ECPAT and Religions For Peace, 2016 DOWNLOAD
Protéger Les Enfants Contre L’exploitation Sexuelle En Ligne: Un Guide D’action Pour Les Chefs Religieux Et Les Communautés Religieuses - ECPAT and Religions For Peace, 2016 DOWNLOAD














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