Our Reporting Portals
We’re working with countries and territories around the world to provide a tool for people to report online child sexual abuse images and videos.
It’s simple, low cost, and all reports are then assessed by our world-class analysts in the UK.
Reporting Portals are webpages that can be customised to suit the host country or nation and which are created in partnership with the local organisations, government, law enforcement and internet industry. This helps to make portals a trusted reporting system specific for each nation.
Since 2013, we’ve helped to set up 43 IWF Reporting Portals in four continents, providing 2.393 billion people with a dedicated site to report instances of child sexual abuse imagery online. Once we receive a report, our analysts review it within 24 hours. Thanks to the support of the Global Fund to End Violence Against Children and other funders, 50 nations worldwide will be provided with this IWF reporting mechanism by the end of 2021.
Despite the pandemic, we launched 14 new portals and worked across a number of awareness raising initiatives. You can find out more in our case studies about the portals in the Ukraine, Côte d’Ivoire and Zambia and Uganda, and building awareness through the pandemic.
billion people now have a dedicated IWF Reporting Portal.
roundtables held: Zimbabwe, Haiti, Mali, Indonesia, Malaysia, Cote d’Ivoire.
Reporting Portals launched: Sierra Leone, Ukraine, Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Haiti, Mali, Mongolia, Indonesia, Senegal, Malaysia, El Salvador, Madagascar, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana.
languages featured: Arabic, English, French, Hindi, Indonesian, Kazakh, Lingala, Malaysian Bahasa, Mongolian, Nepali, Pashto, Portuguese, Spanish, Swahili, Ukrainian, Urdu, Wolof.
continents with IWF Reporting Portals: Europe, Africa, Asia, Americas.
portals are incorporated into the INHOPE network.
promotional campaigns started: Côte d’Ivoire, Haiti, Malaysia, Nepal, Senegal, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.