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Four children rescued from online sexual exploitation |

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Four children rescued from online sexual exploitation |

4 children were brought to SAFETY from #onlinechildsexualabuse, thanks to IJM and trained police. One male suspect (the uncle of the four victims) has been arrested on charges of their abuse.

This Wednesday 29th September 2021, 4 children were brought to safety from online child sexual abuse, thanks to trained Philippines police. One male suspect (the uncle of the four victims) has been arrested on charges of their abuse.

The youngest child was only 8 months old.

The children are now safe in the custody of government partner agencies providing trauma-informed care and recovery interventions.

Online child sexual abuse is a form of #modernslavery in which traffickers in countries like the Philippines livestream the sexual abuse of children to foreign sex offenders who pay to watch and often direct the abuse. The UK is the third largest consumer of this form of abuse.

Click to learn more about online child sexual abuse, this new form of online exploitation.



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