Forensic Interview Rooms in Turkey were designated as the best practice 21.05.2018
At the Agenda 2030 for Children: End Violence Solutions Summit that was held in Sweden / Stockholm in February 14-15 2018, Forensic Interview Rooms in Turkey were designated as the best practice of child friendly criminal proceedings.

A presentation was made with the analysis of National Reporting Survey prepared by Member States as the foundation of the report to be published in 2018 by WePROTECT Global Alliance. The presentation mentioned the headings in the National Reporting Surveys and the countries with the best practices on the subjects in those headings. Turkey's Forensic Interview Rooms were designated as the best practices under the Victims heading. Besides, it was mentioned that a new law being introduced on Victims’ Rights will legislate the provision of special support measures for victims of online CSEA.

What is WePROTECT Global Alliance End Child Exploitation Online?

WePROTECT Global Alliance End Child Exploitation Online is a joint venture which began with the initiative of the European Union (EU) and the United States of America (USA) with the name of "the Global Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation of Children on the Internet" and then merged with the initiative titled "WePROTECT" by United Kingdom in 2016, and it also extends to third countries.

This initiative consists of representatives from different countries, from the technology sector, from international organizations and from civil society, whose aim is to work together to fight against online child abuse. There are currently 70 members of the Alliance.

What is the National Reporting Survey?

WePROTECT Global Alliance member countries have committed to report every two years on national developments in children's online sexual exploitation. To ensure this, the National Reporting Survey is filled in. The National Reporting Survey is a tool for members of the WePROTECT Global Alliance to assess the progress in the fight against online sexual exploitation of the children, and the responses in the Survey set out the steps taken by governments and broader stakeholders.

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