Tackling Cybersex Trafficking of children – A Global Response
Friday, May 7
8:15 am - 9:00 am
IJM Canada Director Development for Manitoba and Saskatchewan,
International Justice Mission, Canada
What is Cybersex Trafficking of children and how is IJM tackling it?
A definition of Cybersex Trafficking - Commercial sex Trade v Cybersex Trafficking
How Cybersex Trafficking works on a global scale
IJM’s experience of working in the Philippines and in Canada
The opportunities and challenges of disrupting the demand for this crime in Canada.
Cybersex Trafficking in Canada - A Canadian Case – Phillip Chicoine.
Seeing how stakeholders unwittingly contribute to the problem or can be agents of change
Collaboration with key Stake holders. Digital, Corporate, Technological and Government.
Concrete ways to partner with IJM and other stakeholders to fight this crime
Educate yourself – i.e. IJM Online Resources, case studies, IJM’s Prevalence report on Cybersex Trafficking, End OSEC Centre, Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking, Canadian Centre for Child Protection (Cybertip tip line), Virtual Global Taskforce.
Speak out – In your community, Digital Campaigns, (notonmyscreen.ca ) On Social Media, In Schools, Universities, Corporate Business, Tech spaces.