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India becomes 68th country to join Interpol’s child sexual abuse database India has become the 68th country to join Interpol's child sexual abuse database, making it one of the world's largest such databases. The move comes in response to mounting pressure from rights groups and the Indian government. India joins countries including the US, UK, France, and Australia in contributing to the database. India becomes 68th country to join Interpol’s child sexual abuse database India becomes the 68th country to join Interpol’s child sexual abuse database Interpol report urges member states to share information on abusers The Interpol General Secretariat has urged member states to share information on child sexual abusers in a report released on Tuesday. The report, titled "Towards a Global Response to Child Sexual Abuse," urges member states to develop and implement national strategies to identify and prosecute child abusers. It also calls for improved cooperation between law enforcement agencies and recommends the creation of a global database of offenders. India became the latest country to join the Interpol database on child sexual abuse on Tuesday. The database already includes information on more than 100,000 individuals who have committed or been convicted of sexual crimes against children. The Interpol report comes as global awareness of child sexual abuse is growing. In November, Pope Francis called for an end to global impunity for child abusers, stating that "all forms of violence against children must be condemned." India launches new online portal to Report Child Sexual Abuse India has become the first country to join Interpol’s child sexual abuse database, which will help authorities across the world track and prosecute child abusers. The new online portal, known as India’s National Child Sexual Abuse Reporting Portal (NCARP), was launched on Wednesday. It provides a secure way for people to report child sexual abuse. NCARP will also help authorities identify and track child abusers. They will be able to access information about suspects, victims, and cases. This will help them to identify and prosecute those responsible for child sexual abuse. This is a major step forward in the fight against child sexual abuse. It will help to ensure that those responsible are brought to justice. India introduces new sexual offences against children Bill

 India becomes 68th country to join Interpol’s child sexual abuse database


India has become the 68th country to join Interpol's child sexual abuse database, making it one of the world's largest such databases. The move comes in response to mounting pressure from rights groups and the Indian government. India joins countries including the US, UK, France, and Australia in contributing to the database.


India becomes 68th country to join Interpol’s child sexual abuse database

India becomes the 68th country to join Interpol’s child sexual abuse database

Interpol report urges member states to share information on abusers


The Interpol General Secretariat has urged member states to share information on child sexual abusers in a report released on Tuesday.


The report, titled "Towards a Global Response to Child Sexual Abuse," urges member states to develop and implement national strategies to identify and prosecute child abusers. It also calls for improved cooperation between law enforcement agencies and recommends the creation of a global database of offenders.


India became the latest country to join the Interpol database on child sexual abuse on Tuesday. The database already includes information on more than 100,000 individuals who have committed or been convicted of sexual crimes against children.


The Interpol report comes as global awareness of child sexual abuse is growing. In November, Pope Francis called for an end to global impunity for child abusers, stating that "all forms of violence against children must be condemned."


India launches new online portal to Report Child Sexual Abuse


India has become the first country to join Interpol’s child sexual abuse database, which will help authorities across the world track and prosecute child abusers.


The new online portal, known as India’s National Child Sexual Abuse Reporting Portal (NCARP), was launched on Wednesday. It provides a secure way for people to report child sexual abuse.


NCARP will also help authorities identify and track child abusers. They will be able to access information about suspects, victims, and cases. This will help them to identify and prosecute those responsible for child sexual abuse.


This is a major step forward in the fight against child sexual abuse. It will help to ensure that those responsible are brought to justice.


India introduces new sexual offences against children Bill

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