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As part of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P), committed to innovative research that looks to better understand the scope of child sexual victimization — online or hands‑on abuse — the systemic failures that allow this to occur, and where the gaps in child protection lie in order to hold industry and government accountable, promote transparency, and assist policy makers in developing effective regulatory frameworks that protect children and support survivors.

To read all of C3P’s research and reports, visit