Sexual child abuse can happen anywhere, both in-person and online, and is related to many different factors. Reports show that during the COVID-19 pandemic the online risks of sexual abuse have notably increased, as both children and adults spend more time online, while physical distancing has restricted contact and interaction between children and supportive adults, READ MORE >
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STOP: What do you know about sexual abuse and sexual abuse prevention?
With this question, the STOP research has started to understand the skills gap for youth workers about sexual abuse. The research consisted of focus groups with youth workers in different countries, such as Croatia, Greece, Italy, Spain, and Cyprus.