Innocenti Publications Child Safety Online: Global challenges and strategies Published: 2011 Innocenti Publications Expanding Internet access for all children and young people without discrimination and exclusion in all parts of the world, together with promoting digital citizenship and responsibility, ought to be critical objectives for policymakers concerned with enhancing opportunities for children. The study primarily addresses two issues: child sex abuse recorded in images; and the grooming of young people for sex. A third issue, cyberbullying, emerging from much research as an issue of particular significance to children, is also touched on in this report. There are many knowledge gaps about the protection challenges raised by the Internet, particularly in parts of the world where its penetration is so far more limited. There has been significant work undertaken to analyse children’s online behaviour and investments made in strategies to address and prevent abuse in parts of Asia, across Europe and the United States of America. But there has been less exploration of online child abuse and exploitation across many low- and middle-income countries. + - Cite this publication | No. of pages: 40 | Thematic area: Child Protection, Children's Participation, Governance, Industrialized Countries, Social Policies | Tags: child protection, safety, technological change, telecommunications × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION 2011 Child Safety Online: Global challenges and strategies. , pp. 40.