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Screen Online

Screen Online is designed to positively influence children, families and communities to adopt strategies that increase the prevention of child abuse on online spaces and increases access to justice and social care in instances where children have fallen victim of CSEA.

  1. Improving early intervention to prevent victimisation of children, and victim support to assist in recovery(Response)
  1. Engaging families and caregivers in preventing the sexual abuse of children, and responding to harmful or otherwise unwanted experiences online

About the donor - EVAC

The Global Partnership and Fund to End Violence Against Children were launched in July 2016 by the UN Secretary-General. The Partnership is the only global entity focused solely on Sustainable Development Goal 16.2: ending all forms of violence against children by 2030.

The End Violence Partnership is a platform for collective, evidence-based advocacy and action. Working with a unique coalition of more than 700 organisations including governments, UN agencies, research institutions, international NGOs, foundations, local CSOs, private sector groups and faith networks, we connect and convene partners to raise awareness, catalyse leadership commitments, mobilise new resources, promote evidence-based solutions, and support those working to end all forms of violence, abuse and neglect of children.

The End Violence Fund is a flexible funding vehicle that identifies new and emerging challenges to SDG 16.2 and invests in innovative initiatives that have the potential to replicate and scale. Fund investments typically have both direct impact for children and also generate data, evidence and learning that inform policy and increases the impact of other programmes to end violence against children.


An act of violence perpetrated by one or more individuals that is rooted in gender inequality and gender norms and that is committed, assisted, aggravated and amplified in part or fully by the use of information and communication technologies (UNFPA)



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