Innocence in Danger: Leading the Fight Against Abuse All Over the World (Day 6 of the 19 Days of Activism)

Innocence In Danger is an international, non-profit organization created by a group of Citizens on 15 April 1999, at the initiative of the UNESCO Director-General Federico Mayor and under the presidency of Ms Homayra Sellier, in response to the recommendations of the UNESCO expert meeting convened in January 1999 on Sexual Abuse of Children, Child Pornography and Paedophilia on the Internet, in order to Pursue the objective of the Action Plan ADOPTED by the experts to fight sexual abuse of children.

Stephanie Guttenberg, wife of German Defense M...

Stephanie Guttenberg, wife of German Defense Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, speaks at the Frankfurt Book Fair about her book Schaut nicht weg! (Don’t Look Away!), which addresses the issue of sexual abuse of children in Germany (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Innocence in Danger Operates in 29 countries throughout the world, with partners that share the same objective. IID brings together activists, Internet specialists, jurists, political decision-makers, businessmen, media and national groups to share sensitise world opinion on the increasing problems of paedo-criminality.

Innocence in Danger represents an action forces to sensitize and catalyze, educate and inform Governmental and non-Governmental bodies, European International and Intergovernmental bodies, business enterprises, and the general public – schools, community associations, the youth.

Innocence in Danger has supported the effort to help save Ariana-Leilani.  Won’t you?  Please sign her petition:

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