For Survivors

Resources from the Canadian Centre for Child Protection:

Trauma Education Video Series

C3P’s Trauma Education Video Series, which the Phoenix 11 and other survivors advised on, are for survivors of child sexual abuse and their friends, family members or therapists.

Project Arachnid®

Project Arachnid is an innovative, victim-centric set of tools to combat the growing proliferation of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) on the internet.

Support for Survivors and Families

C3P offers support services to those who have been victimized online. This may include, but is not limited to, those who have been victimized by luring, sextortion, and non-consensual distribution of intimate images, or who have had child sexual abuse images shared online.

Resources from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children:

Take It Down

This service is one step you can take to help remove nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit photos and videos taken before you were 18 from online.

Books we have found helpful:

Warning: Due to the nature of the subject matter in the books, some of the content may be difficult or triggering for some individuals.

For Professionals

Organized Abuse Research

Information and current research on CSAM by Dr. Michael Salter, a leading criminologist in this area and the Scientia Associate Professor in Criminology at the University of New South Wales, Australia.

Call it what it is

The Child Rescue Coalition launched the petition “Call it what it is,” asking citizens to help change the terminology in legislation from “child pornography” to CSAM to better reflect the reality of this crime.

CSAM Report Numbers

CSAM is a global issue. While no one really knows how much CSAM is on the internet, the number of reports to NCMEC’s CyberTipline are one way to measure the growing scope of the problem.

Survey results from survivors and their families

C3P has published results from their International Survivors’ Survey for now-adult survivors whose child sexual abuse was recorded and/or distributed online, with recommendations to address this horrific crime. A video documenting the results of the international survey is also available.