Media Release: Strong action against sex dolls by e-commerce giant Alibaba
Mega e-commerce shopping platform Alibaba has announced it will block all sales of sex dolls to Australia.
The decision follows removal of all child sex abuse dolls and replica child body parts following a campaign by Collective Shout exposing multiple sellers on the platform.Read more
Celebrate 10 years of standing up for girls
On International Day of the Girl you can help us make an even bigger difference in the lives of girls!
From the day Collective Shout was born we have spoken out about the mistreatment of girls in a culture which undermines their wellbeing at every turn.
Submission to Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement: Law Enforcement Capabilities in Relation to Child Exploitation
Sub calls for increased sentencing, age verification and state laws against child sex abuse dolls
In our submission on Law Enforcement Capabilities in Relation to child exploitation we highlighted our decade of work to combat child sexual exploitation. We informed the Committee on a range of related topics including Live Distant Child Abuse, sexting, self-generated child sexual abuse material, weak sentencing for perpetrators of child exploitation crimes, and the need for a fast-tracked age verification system to help protect children from exposure to pornography.Read more
Invested in sexploitation
Our letter to Etsy shareholders
Online global e-commerce platform Etsy still has not responded to the petition calling on corporate heads to stop selling incest and child abuse themed merchandise.
So we got together with some of our global anti sexploitation partners to send a letter to Etsy's major shareholders. Read it below.
Submission to European Commission Public Consultation on Child sexual abuse online - detection, removal and reporting
We were pleased to make a submission to the European Commission's public consultation on Child sexual abuse online - detection, removal and reporting.Read more
We need to talk about 'teen' porn
Guest blog by James Evans*
The porn industry has turned the realistic depiction of child grooming, molestation and rape into entertainment – and governments and regulatory bodies have allowed it.Read more