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1 ITU- BDT Arab Regional Workshop onLegal Aspects of Child Online Protection Algiers (Algeria), June 2012 Vulnerable children and Youth protection measures need: presentation of a Research framework Presented by Ms Yuliya Morenets- TaC وزارة البريد وتكنولوجيات الإعلام والاتصال

2 TaC - Together against Cybercrime Is a non-profit making organisation against cybercrime. The main goal of this organisation is to fight eCrimes at an individual level. The TaC office is based in Strasbourg (France).

3 وزارة البريد وتكنولوجيات الإعلام والاتصال Why to pay particular attention to vulnerable children and Youth? As they are more fragile with regard to social aspects and needs and due to: -external issues and their experience -social problems and family problems -professional or social integration -they are more confident and can be easily abused -communication of information is more difficult -assistance is less evident

4 وزارة البريد وتكنولوجيات الإعلام والاتصال Legal basis and standards - ITU Child Online Protection National Survey, ITU Child Online Protection Statistical Framework and Indicators, WSIS Geneva Declaration and Tunis Agenda - EU Directive on combating the sexual abuse, sexual exploitation of children and child pornography, 27 October Conference on the Council of Europe Strategy for the Rights of the Child , Monaco, EuroDIG 2011, 2012 Opening statements - IGF WS 109 (2010) and 126 (2011)

5 وزارة البريد وتكنولوجيات الإعلام والاتصال WSIS Resolutions Ref. to the paragraph 13 of the Geneva Declaration of Principles: In building the Information Society, we shall pay particular attention to the special needs of marginalized and vulnerable groups of society, including migrants, internally displaced persons and refugees, unemployed and underprivileged people, minorities and nomadic people. We shall also recognize the special needs of older persons and persons with disabilities. Ref. to the par. 90(n) of the Tunis Agenda for the Information Society: … promoting the use of traditional and new media in order to foster universal access to information, culture and knowledge for all people, especially vulnerable populations and populations in developing countries and using, inter alia, radio and television as educational and learning tools.

6 وزارة البريد وتكنولوجيات الإعلام والاتصال Vulnerable children 1.Family problems and being victims of violence and / or sexual abuse 2. Behaviour or emotional problems 3. Migrants, travellers, asylum seekers and /or victims of trafficking

7 وزارة البريد وتكنولوجيات الإعلام والاتصال Practical example - recruitment of migrant girls via Internet « There was a site in the Internet searching for girls, young girls to be models and to perform - it was said so in a movie - and they would like them to speak Portuguese with a Brazilian accent. So it was directed to the Brazilian girls. Because as you know they speak Portuguese in Brazil but with a different accent. So the advertisement on the Web was precisely to Brazilian girls. They were young. We took notice of that because one of the girls escaped one year later or so. The girls were recruited to which is prostitution bars in Spain. They didn't know. They gave all the information by the Internet and they were very nice, and what we saw was very attractive. And for young people like the Brazilian girls in this case, it could be Portuguese that would be Brazilian. It would be easy to understand why the younger generation believes that everything is true- because they want to be famous. » Ministry of Interior of Portugal in WS 109, IGF 2010

8 وزارة البريد وتكنولوجيات الإعلام والاتصال Research framework Mixed approach: qualitative and quantitative methods Available online questionnaires (integrating questions on e-commerce, data protection and privacy, illegal actions online and sexual solicitation, use of Internet and global perception of the network) Local team of researchers Qualitative interviews Observation in case of need

9 وزارة البريد وتكنولوجيات الإعلام والاتصال Our suggestions 1. Develop and implement the developed Research Framework in Arab Region countries 2. Gather and analyse received data. 3. Develop specific awareness raising tools and capacity building Initiatives for vulnerable children, Youth, their parents and professionals working with the target group. 4. Include and propose the developed tools as a part of ITU Statistical Framework and COP Global framework.

10 وزارة البريد وتكنولوجيات الإعلام والاتصال TaC


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