Earlier in November 2019, Mumbai police freed a 16-year-old girl - Farhat* - from sex...
Submitted by indiacontact on 11 December 2018
The number of children with access to the internet via computer or smartphone is rapidly growing every day all over the globe. The lack of digital literacy and online safety measures expose these children to new forms of abusive threats.
There is an urgent need globally to protect children from crimes perpetrated on digital platforms.
Leaders from 15 countries including India, United States of America, Germany, Netherlands, Philippines, Uganda, Ghana, Canada will attend the conference.
Experts from the criminal justice system, academics and civil society organisations will share their learnings and recommendations.