RESEARCH ON CHILD (SEXUAL) EXPLOITATION AND ABUSE

Working Towards a Brighter Future

 

CPRC

The Child Protection Research Centre (CPRC) is an international children’s rights foundation based in the Netherlands. We fight online and on location child (sexual) exploitation and abuse. Our unique investigation and intervention techniques identify, frustrate and stop the predators in order to free the victims. CPRC supports and educates law enforcement agencies, youth care institutions and specialized NGO’s striving against child sexual exploitation and abuse and other forms of child trafficking.
We also support individuals. Are you a parent/guardian, witness or victim and you need help without direct police involvement? Report (the possible threat of) child prostitution, child sex tourism, child pornography or other forms of (online) child abuse with us. CPRC takes immediate action!

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EDUCATION

Making the world a better place, together.

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SCHOOL FOR JUSTICE

“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope”

Martin Luther

 
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As of March 12th 2020 CPRC received the ANBI status from the Dutch tax authorities. Donors and others who support us financially are therefor eligible for a tax deduction. For CPRC this means we do not have to pay gift or inheritance taxes so that every contribution can be used for 100% to protect children and young vulnerable people against (sexual) exploitation and abuse.  

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Our Child Protection Research Center (CPRC) foundation focuses on protecting minors against sexual exploitation and abuse. Based on this protection, we will never identify minors who have been or have had to deal with sexual exploitation or abuse. Former victims ("survivors") who are recognizable in the picture are now of age. They have given their permission to make and publish the photos and videos, because they want to make the world aware of the problem.

Other visual material on which minors can be recognized is material for illustration, produced during journalistic productions in countries, regions or neighborhoods where minors fall prey to child prostitution and / or child sex tourism.

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