INHOPE's Executive Director presents at European Internet Forum policy breakfast

On 27 April 2016, INHOPE's Executive Director Veronica Donoso presented at the European Internet Forum (EIF) event at the European Parliament, alongside partners Europol and Missing Children Europe.

The policy breakfast entitled ‘Children online: Internet, cybercrime and sexual abuse online' was hosted by MEP Nathalie Griesbeck (FR, ALDE), and was co-organised by a team including MEP Julie Ward (UK, S&D) and MEP Michał Boni (PL, EPP).
 
Joint multistakeholder efforts, the public service value of reporting hotlines tackling online child sexual abuse material, alongside law enforcement and industry, as well as sustainable funding for national hotlines were high on the agenda.
 
For more information about the European Internet Forum, please visit their website at www.eifonline.org or view the short video from the event:
 
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Visit the INHOPE website at www.inhope.org.

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