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Millions of children are trafficked globally each year, many for the purpose of child prostitution. At Project Karma, the sense of responsibility we feel toward our most vulnerable does not stop at our own borders.

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Project Karma is a not-for-profit charity comprised of Australian and foreign law enforcement officers, investigators, operatives and other volunteers to combat the sexual exploitation of children throughout South East Asia.

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Child exploitation is growing globally at more than 15% per year. We work with local communities in areas most at risk using an easily repeatable model that empowers sustainability and effectiveness.

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Project Karma

A Registered Australian Charity Bringing Child Sex Exploitation Offenders to Justice in SE Asia & Rescuing Children from Human Trafficking for Prostitution
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A little known fact:
There are more people living in slavery now than at any other time in our history.

Please pause and reflect on that statement for a moment… Yes, it is true.

Human trafficking can take many forms – forced labour, military service and prostitution.

Many of these crimes involve trafficking children and many involve the sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of children for profit.

Today is World Day Against Trafficking in Persons; 30 July and we take this opportunity to recognise the millions of people around the world who currently live in captive situations, against their will and we proudly stand alongside the many law enforcement agencies, non government organisations and private sector companies fighting against these crimes, bringing justice for victims and helping to create long term global change.

If you know of or suspect any type of human trafficking crime, please report it to the Australian Federal Police and please watch their video here:
https://www.facebook.com/148004722006806/posts/2324346247705965/?vh=e&d=n
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Project Karma
“Last year the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation received almost 17,000 reports of child exploitation – that’s about 45 cases per day.”

This year the Australian Federal Police announced a 122% increase in reports of these crimes since March this year.

We expect to see over 50,000 reports in Australia this year…

Many thousands of these crimes go unreported or undetected…

Recents studies estimate over 750,000 child predators online at any given time…

With children online now more than ever, please help us to prevent, detect and disrupt these crimes by working closely with Government departments, law enforcement agencies, non government organisations and leading IT software companies in many countries around the world.

Please consider donating here: https://www.mycause.com.au/page/226872/covid19-emergency-response-fund
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Australian Federal Police
A 23-year-old Sydney man accused of sexually exploiting a young New Zealand girl he groomed through social media has been charged by the AFP after an international tip-off. Last year, the AFP’s Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation received almost 17,000 reports of child exploitation – that’s about 45 cases a day. The average number of images seized when an offender is arrested has been steadily increasing. In the early-to-mid 2000s, a child sex predator had about 1000 images, now it’s between 10,000 to 80,000 images and videos. If it takes a village to raise a child, advances in technology now means it takes a country to keep them safe. The AFP will never relinquish this duty. The AFP is working around-the-clock with our international and domestic partners to bring to justice those who seek to do harm to our children. Members of the public who have any information about people involved in child abuse and exploitation are urged to call Crime stoppers on 1800 333 000. You can also make a report online by alerting the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation via the Report Abuse button at www.accce.gov.au/report.
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Project Karma
We have very good collaboration with TICAC-Thailand Internet Crimes Against Children and are proud of the work they do.
With their assistance in May this year, we completed an investigation in Koh Samui and Koh Phangan, which resulted in the arrest and deportation of a male US citizen related to online child grooming allegations.
Unfortunately, due to legal reasons, we were unable to publicly report on the arrest and are still prevented from publishing further details in relation to the case.
Regardless, TICAC are doing an incredible job and gaining excellent results whilst being supported by a handful of local NGOs in Thailand.
The COVID19 Global Pandemic has seen millions more children at risk of online sexual exploitation around the world thanks to school closures, community lockdowns and forced quarantine in most countries.
This has resulted in major spikes of online child sexual exploitation crimes, with some countries like the Philippines seeing up to a 300% increase.
Australia has seen a 121% increase in reports of these crimes since March this year.
There is an online pandemic putting your child’s online safety at even higher risks right now.
Please visit the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation or www.projectkarma.org.au to find out how you can protect your child better online and please consider helping fund the important work that we do to protect children online and catch those trying to harm them – HERE: https://www.mycause.com.au/page/226872/covid19-emergency-response-fund
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CGTN
Online child sex abuse cases in #Thailand are set to hit a record high this year, with cybersex predators exploiting the #COVID19 crisis to target more children. The police-led Internet Crimes Against Children (TICAC) task-force has rescued more than 100 children in the last two months – almost double the 53 victims helped in 2018, which was the highest annual figure since its foundation in 2016.
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Project Karma
Please help us to protect more children online during this pandemic:
https://www.mycause.com.au/page/226872/covid19-emergency-response-fund
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Project Karma
A must for all parents, carers and teachers.
Please take the time to learn how to protect your child better online.
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Project Karma
The increased dangers have not subsided.
Please take heed of the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation warnings of the increased dangers to your children online during these times.
You can support our campaign here:
https://www.mycause.com.au/page/226872/covid19-emergency-response-fund
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Australian Federal Police
As the country went into lockdown in March, our officers saw a spike in websites hosting online child sexual abuse material crashing due to the increased volume of traffic. The amount of child abuse material shared on the dark net between February and March doubled from the same period last year. We suspect that offenders will use this second wave of lockdown as an opportunity to find more potential child victims, as young people spend an increasing amount of time online with limited adult supervision. The sad fact is when online activity increases for children, predators increase their activity. The AFP is committed to keeping kids safe. We will continue to target offenders and work with partners to end child exploitation. But we need your help! AFP Commander ACCCE, Child Protection Operations and Human Trafficking Operations Jamie Strauss spoke to Sunrise this morning about the importance of having conversations with your kids to keep them safe online. For more information and access to tools, resources and advice, please visit ThinkUKnow Australia thinkuknow.gov.au and Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation accce.gov.au.