Twentieth Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice

Vienna, Austria, 11 - 15 April 2011

 

Agenda item 4: Thematic discussion on protecting children in a digital age: the misuse of technology in the abuse and exploitation of children

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

List of Panellists:

Group

Panellist

Title of presentation

Sub-theme

AFRICAN GROUP:

Ms. Dorcas Oduor (Kenya), Senior deputy Prosecution Counsel of Kenya

The misuse of technology in the abuse and exploitation of children

4 (a)

Mr. Mohamed Moheb (Egypt), Judge of the Economic Court

E-safety project

4 (b)

ASIAN GROUP:

Ms. Hainah Ellydar  (Indonesia), Psychologist

Indonesian Cases

 

4 (a)

Mr. Naras Savestanan (Thailand), Police Colonel, Dep. Director General, Department of Special Investigation, Ministry of Justice

Thailand's Response to Online Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation: Its Progress and Challenges

4 (b)

EASTERN EUROPEAN GROUP:

Dr. Gyorgy Virag (Hungary), Director, Hungarian National Institute of Criminology (OKRI)

Nature and scope of the problem of misuse of new technologies in the abuse and exploitation of children

4 (a)

GRULAC:

Mr. Juan Carlos Guel López (Mexico), Coordinator for the Prevention of Electronic Crime, Scientific Division, Federal Police

Protecting Children in the Digital Era: Improper use of technology in the abuse and exploitation of children

4 (b)

Ms. Sylvia Poll Ahrens (Costa Rica) , Alternate Representative of Costa Rica to the International Organizations in Geneva


Costa Rica and the "Child Online Protection Initiative"

4 (b)

WEOG:

Mr. Sergio Staro (Italy), Senior Officer of the Polizia di Stato, Division for Communication Police. Italian Ministry of Interior

Nature and scope of the problem

 

4 (a)

Ms. Paula Silva (Portugal), Inspector at the Portuguese Judiciary Police

Child Pornography: Prevention and Investigation

4 (b)

 

Ms. Gabrielle Shaw (UK), Head of International Relations, Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre

4 (b)

 

 

N.B.: The presentations made by panellists at the workshop on "Concrete Examples of Law Enforcement cooperation in Child Pornography Cases", held on Monday, 11 April 2011 and organized by the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme Network  are available here.