Save the Children is working hard to fight all forms of the sexual abuse of children and adolescents.
In 2001, we therefore established the Stop Child Pornography reporting service, where concerned citizens can anonymously report child pornographic materials that they have encountered online. And every single report is important in the fight to stop the digital sexual abuse of children.
Since it was established, our hotline has dealt with more than 75,000 reports, and we continue to work tirelessly to remove illegal abuse images with children and to stop the distribution of child pornography.
We act quickly and effectively
We have partners around the entire world in order to effectively remove the illegal websites and file sharing folders that citizens report to us. This international cooperation means that we can typically remove child pornographic materials within 72 hours.
Read more about our work and how we deal with these reports. Save the Children receives financial support from the Ministry for Children and Social Affairs and from the EU Commission for the work to prevent and limit the sexual exploitation of children on the Internet.