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eNACSO

Children and young people benefit enormously from the communication and information potential of the internet.

However, especially as children are one of the fastest growing groups of internet users, there are many issues which need to be addressed relating both to content on the internet which can be damaging to children, and to the potential for harmful contact between abusers and children.

eNACSO provides a valuable pool of online child protection NGOs from different European countries. The network is able to share expertise and best practice on key policy areas related to child online safety in order to become more effective in promoting a child protection focus in relation to the Internet and new and emerging technologies.

NEWS

22 April 2014
The internet and information technology can widen access to learning, enhance the quality of educati...
22 April 2014
The article examines prospective associations between parent-reported early childhood self-regulatio...
14 April 2014
It was a surprise to many of us interested in children’s online safety when a consultation from Parl...

eNACSO MEMBERS

e-Enfance  - France

Save The Children Romania - Romania

Save the Children Finland - Finland

Save The Children Italy - Italy

Save The Children Norway - Norway

Child Focus Belgium - Belgium

Protegeles Spain - Spain

Our Child Foundation Czech Republic - Czech Republic

Obrela Greece - Greece

Nobody's Children Foundation Poland - Poland

NSPCC United Kingdom - United Kingdom

Kek Vonal

ISPCC Ireland - Ireland

Save the Children Denmark - Denmark

Action Innocence France - France

 
Ecpat Netherlands bn

Deutsche Kinderhilfe - Germany

ECPAT Austria - Austria

Estonian Union of Child Welfare - Estonia

Children Support Centre Lithuania - Lithuania

Kanner Jugendtelefon Luxembourg - Luxembourg

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