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Guidelines for Policy Makers on Child Online Protection

2020 edition

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In addition to responding to new developments in digital technologies and platforms, this new edition addresses an important lacuna: the situation faced by children with disabilities, for whom the online world offers a particularly crucial lifeline to full – and fulfilling – social participation. Consideration of the special needs of migrant children and other vulnerable groups has also been included.

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Terminology

The definitions below are mainly drawn upon existing terminologies as elaborated in the Convention of the Rights of the Child, 1989, as well as by the Inter-agency working group on child sexual exploitation in the Terminology Guidelines on the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse, 2016 (Luxembourg Guidelines), by the Council of Europe Convention: Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse, 2012 as well as by the Report Global Kids Online, 2019.

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