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Workshop on Preventing Online Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation for Teachers in Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago, 17th August 2023. In the framework of Project “Strengthening Trinidad and Tobago capacities to effectively prevent and counter online child sexual abuse and exploitation and related crimes” OCSEA T&T and the Global Programme on Cybercrime of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), funded by Canada, delivered a “Workshop on preventing online child sexual abuse and exploitation for teachers.”

The training focuses on an introduction to the Prevention of Cybercrimes against Children´s, such as Cyberbullying, Grooming, Sexting, and Sextortion, and the best way to prevent them with an awareness-raising campaign.

25 participants are from the Archdiocesan Ministry for Migrants & Refugees; National Parent Teachers Association of Trinidad and Tobago; Children´s Authority, ChildLine, NGO La Casita, PADF, Heroes Foundation, Family Plan Association, UNWOMAN, United Nations Information Centre for the Caribbean Area, Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (Cyber and Social Unite, Special Victims Department/Child Protection Unite; Ministry of Attorney General and Legal Affairs (AGLA); Telecommunications Authority (TATT); and experts from International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC) and UNODC.

This initiative aims to identify possible online Child sexual exploitation and abuse cases and report them to ChildLine or the Police.