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Man borrowed computer to get 1,000 child abuse pictures

| August 12, 2016 at 06:21 am

William Bawn was found with almost 100 category A images – the most serious – when police seized the device in October.

William Bawn was found with almost 100 category A images - the most serious - when police seized the device in October.  The 21-year-old admitted six charges, including three counts of making indecent images of children.  The judge at Carlisle Crown Court sentenced him to a 20-month jail term, suspended for two years.  He was also ordered to complete a rehabilitation requirement and made subject to a 10-year sexual harm prevention order.  Bawn, of Main Street, Frizington in Cumbria, was prohibited from using any computer equipment not fitted with police monitoring software after a similar conviction in 2014.  The latest offence came to light when a woman complained he had borrowed her computer but refused to give it back.

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Women’s Rights: Arranged Marriages and Pedophilia

| at 05:24 am

Child marriage is not only about poverty is about pervert way of thinking

Oops! I did it again” is a song from the famous American pop singer Britney Spears, and the video tells the story of a man who is rejected for a girl when he asked her to marry him. And what man has not fallen ever in the friend zone?

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‘Absolute horror’: Gillian Triggs responds to child abuse at NT detention centre on Q&A

| July 8, 2016 at 11:20 am

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April 2016 Update: Annual Safer Schools Seminar

| June 29, 2016 at 11:12 am

Child abuse

On April 23 – 27, CPCR, the Office of Basic Education Commission, and the Ministry of Education hosted an annual seminar focusing on creating safer schools for children. School boards and teacher leaders focused on for main topics: safeguarding in schools, positive discipline, sex education, and appropriate student behavior. They also developed a working plan for 2016.

CPCR invited Ticha na-Nakorn, Director of the Juvenile Observation and Protection Center in Baan Kanchanapisek, to share her experience supporting children in conflict with the law. “Change Your Attitude, Change Your Behavior” was her motto. She designs treatment programa based on child behavior. Family members also played a vital in supporting their children. Ms. na-Nakorn’s work inspired all participants to develop better programs in the future.

 

Source: www.cpcrthailand.org

Powerful Ads Show How The Pain Of Child Abuse Lasts A Lifetime

| June 27, 2016 at 01:37 pm

To highlight how the pain of child abuse lasts a lifetime, Leo Burnett Thailand created two powerful ads for Bangkok-based Center for the Protection of Children’s Rights Foundation that show a young boy and a girl being sexually abused.

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Ads Show How The Pain Of Child Abuse

| June 20, 2016 at 11:07 am

The ads are accompanied by a hotline for the organization for people to report cases of child abuse.

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Definitions of Child Abuse and Neglect in Federal Law

| June 12, 2016 at 01:08 pm

Federal legislation provides guidance to States by identifying a minimum set of acts or behaviors that define child abuse and neglect. The Federal Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) (42 U.S.C.A. § 5106g), as amended by the CAPTA Reauthorization Act of 2010, defines child abuse and neglect as, at minimum: (more…)

Elijah Wood Clarifies Comments on Child Sex Abuse in Hollywood

| May 24, 2016 at 06:04 am

Elijah Wood is clearing up his comments from an interview in which he spoke out about child sex abuse in Hollywood.

“The Sunday Times interviewed me about my latest film but the story became about something else entirely,” Wood, 35, tweeted on Monday. “It prompted a number of false and misleading headlines. I had just seen a powerful documentary and I briefly spoke with the reporter about the subject which had consequences I did not intend or expect. Lesson learned.”

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We’ve been ignoring an epidemic of child sex abuse in Britain

| May 20, 2016 at 06:43 am

England and Wales are preparing to deal with 30,000 new cases of child sexual abuse

At first sight, the figures are jaw-dropping: police in England and Wales are preparing to deal with 30,000 new cases of child sexual abuse. Reports are being passed to the police at a rate of 100 a month by the Goddard inquiry, which was set up after the exposure of Jimmy Savile. One senior officer told the Guardian he predicts that police will be investigating 200,000 cases across the country by 2020.

Some critics will regard these figures with scepticism, pointing to the botched inquiry into allegations of historical sexual abuse against a number of public figures, which has now been wound up. But the mishandling of that investigation does not mean we can ignore a mounting body of evidence that the scale of child sexual abuse is much greater than most people ever suspected.

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Child psychologists needed in Fiji to help abuse victims

| May 12, 2016 at 06:23 am

There are urgent calls in Fiji for child psychologists to help deal with an increase in child sexual abuse victims.

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