online exploitation

Online Platforms Skyrocket During COVID-19, Increasing Risks for Sexual Exploitation of Children Online

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced children throughout the world to change normal practices of life into new ways of communicating and socializing, that has largely been made possible through online platforms and applications. With schools shut down, learning has moved to online classrooms and e-learning applications. Meeting and socializing with friends through social media online

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Man Found Guilty of Raping his Step-Daughter

Preah Sihanouk, on November 21st, 2019, The Preah Sihanouk court had a private hearing on the case of a Cambodian citizen, Mr. Deab Det, who allegedly abused his step-daughter sexually. On January 14th, 2020, the above-mentioned Court pronounced its verdict against Mr. Deab Det, finding him guilty of the abuse and sentencing him to 7

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Four Arrested in Years-Old Child Rape Case

by Chhorn Phearun | January 9, 2017 Kompong Thom police arrested four people on Sunday in connection with raping a minor several times over the course of her employment at a pig slaughterhouse in 2014 and 2015. “The girl worked at the butcher for six months,” during which time its owner and two of its

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Siem Reap Bar Owner Guilty Of Sexually Abusing Children

By Janelle Retka | December 16, 2016 A Siem Reap City bar owner and real estate developer was convicted last week in Australia of 10 counts of sexual abuse involving children and had his bail revoked, according to court records. Anthony Munro, 71, was arrested on his return to his home country after living for

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Cambodia Marks ‘National Anti-Human Trafficking Day’ 12 December

Phnom Penh – 11 December 2016: At Koh Pich Theater, some 3,000 participants celebrated the National Anti-Human Trafficking Day to mark their efforts to combat human trafficking in Cambodia. The event was organized by the National Committee for Counter Trafficking (NCCT), in collaboration with other development partners and organizations. Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng, Chairman

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Expert Roundtable Discussion On Online Child Safety and The Importance of ISPs’ Participation to Child Protection

Phnom Penh – 5 December 2016, APLE Cambodia in collaboration with International Child Redress Project (ICRP) organized an Expert Roundtable Discussion: “Online Child Safety and The Importance of ISPs’ Participation to Child Protection.” The main objectives of the discussion are to provide overview on the nature of online child sexual exploitation in Cambodia and the

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57 Stakeholders Equipped With Knowledge On Child Sexual Abuse And Exploitation

Prevention is one of the main pillars of child protection. In October 2016, 32 NGO personnel and 25 confidential informants were equipped with new knowledge on child sexual abuse and exploitation online & offline through APLE training courses. The courses focused on the new modus operandi of preferential child sex offenders in luring children for

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Voice of Survivors Could Bring Change to The World

After going through the dark experience of sexual abuse and exploitation, most survivors disperse and there is less opportunity for them to come together. For this reason, APLE’s court support team supported by ECPAT International conducted a local consultation in Phnom Penh on 10 October 2016. The aim of this gathering was to bring survivors

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