International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children Australia Ltd


The sexual abuse and exploitation of children is a complex problem that requires a cross-sector, multi-disciplinary, public-private solution. In a rapidly changing environment where technology and perpetrator tactics are evolving exponentially, having access to tools and information is vital in combating this crime. You will find papers, past webinars, expert interviews, industry partner resources and more here.

Quick Insights – Sextortion

The ways offenders abuse and harm children online is constantly changing. Those working to combat child sexual abuse and exploitation have reported a…

‘Follow the Money’: A collaborative approach to fighting CSE

Our September Monthly Brown Bag event was an in depth discussion about some of the challenges that arise for those detecting, reporting, prosecuting…

Quick Insights – Words Matter

Using the right terminology when engaging in public discourse about child sexual abuse and exploitation We all have a role to play when it comes to…

Where we start matters

Every child, in every community, deserves a fair go. National Child Protection Week takes place in the first week of September in Australia. A NAPCAN…

Where we start matters – Resources

ICMEC Australia’s Resources for National Child Protection Week 2023 National Child Protection Week takes place in the first week of September in…

Navigating CSE online, in business and in our communities

In the lead-up to the FIFA Women’s World Cup, It’s A Penalty launched their 2023 #KeepKidsSafe Campaign to help raise awareness of child…

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