Finnish Hotline Nettivihje and Prevention of Sexual Abuse
Finnish Hotline Nettivihje
Report us materials suspected as illegal child sexual abuse material (CSAM) or related activities online.
What does Nettivihje do?
Online child sexual abuse is one of the most serious problems of our time. It has severe consequences on both individuals and society as a whole.
We aim to combat and prevent child sexual harassment, the solicitation of children for sexual purposes (grooming) and child sexual abuse, especially in digital environments. Our goal is to speed up the removal of child sexual material (CSAM) from the internet and prevent children and young people from becoming victims of sexual violence. This work is based on every child’s right to be protected from violence.
Our work in numbers
Hotline material analysis work
Finnish Hotline Nettivihje is a tip service where anyone can make a report if they suspect they have come across material or activity related to sexual violence against children online.
We analyse thousands of tips every year and pass them on to the National Bureau of Investigation.
Increasing knowledge and understanding
Our goal is that children, guardians and professionals working with children have sufficient knowledge about sexual violence against children and how to act when faced with it.
We do long-term advocacy work so that national and international laws and regulations take into account sexual violence against children, especially in the online environment, and the rights of the child.
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Get to know Nettivihje
Here you can find more detailed information about sexual violence against children.
Here we have gathered the materials, guidebooks and reports and annual reports we have produced.
Here you will find instructions for children and young people on safer use of the internet, as well as instructions for adults on how to protect children in digital environments and how to support children if something unpleasant has already happened.
Sexual violence against children can be prevented by means of sexual education.
Learn more about the CSAPE project
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