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Council Working Group on Child Online Protection

 By Resolution 179 (Guadalajara, 2010), The Plenipotentiary Conference of ITU resolves:
  1. that ITU should continue the COP initiative as a platform to raise awareness on child online safety issues;

  2. that ITU should continue providing assistance and support to the Member States, especially developing countries, in developing and implementing roadmaps for the COP initiative; 

  3. that there should be coordination among all relevant ITU groups on the issues related to child protection online;

requests the Council 

to maintain WG-COP, in order to facilitate the membership's input and guidance on ITU's role in child online protection 

 

 
  Key Resolution
  • Resolution 179
    (Guadalajara, 2010) - ITU's role in child online protection
     
  • Resolution 1306 Word icon
    (Council 2009) - ITU's role with regard to International Public Policy Issues concerning Creating a Safer Internet Environment for Children
     

 

 Background Information
  • Composition & participation
    The working group is open to all Member States and Sector Members of ITU.
     
  • Chairmanship
    Dr. Sherif Hashem (Egypt)
     
  • Vice Chairmanship
    Ms. Sylvia Poll (Costa Rica)
    Mr. Mohamed Sharil Tarmizi (Malaysia)
    Dr. Roberto Masotti (Telecom Italia)

Meetings
  • Eight meeting: 21 February 2014, ITU Headquarters (Room H), Geneva, Switzerland.

Contributions: Members are invited to submit their comments via e-mail to Ms. Carla Licciardello at cop@itu.int by 14 February 2014

 

  • Seventh meeting: 9 October 2013, ITU Headquarters  (Room H), Geneva, Switzerland.

    Webcast, click here

      Please note that the meeting will start at 09.30 am.

  • Online registration  Closed
  • WG-CP/7/1: Invitation Letter
  • WG-CP/7/2: Draft Agenda
  • WG-CP/7/4: Contribution from Turkey: Turkey's better internet programme
  • WG-CP/7/5: Contribution from ONAT: Online Courses for children, parents and teachers on Internet Safety
  • WG-CP/7/6: Contribution from IWF: ITU/IWF Country Readiness Assessment to Establish Hotline Provision for Reporting online child sexual abuse content
  • WG-CP/7/7: Contribution from Egypt: The Internet Safety Program at a glance
  • WG-CP/7/8: Information document on COP Country Profiles
  • WG-CP/7/9: Contribution from ITU Secretariat: Update on the ITU Child Online Protection (COP) Initiative

  • WG-CP/7/10: Contribution from the European Commission: A better internet for kids through industry collaboration

  • WG-CP/7/11: Contribution from UK: Child internet safety and the UK council for child internet safety

  • WG-CP/7/11:Contribution from Iran: Child Online Protection in Iran Activities and Suggestions

  • WG-CP/7/12:Contribution from Trend Micro: Global Trends and Challenges

  • WG-CP/7/13:Contribution from UNICEF: Protecting Children Online

  • WG-CP/7/14:Contribution from Brazil: Child Online Protection: The Brazilian Experience in producing statistical indicators

  • WG-CP/7/15: Outcome of the seventh meeting of the Council Working Group on Child Online Protection

Contributions: Members are invited to submit their comments via e-mail to Ms. Carla Licciardello at cop@itu.int by 04 October 2013

 

  • Sixth meeting: 1 February 2013, ITU Headquarters (Room C2), Geneva, Switzerland.

      Please note that the meeting will start at 10.00 am.

  • Online registration   Closed
  • WG-CP/6/1: Invitation Letter
  • WG-CP/6/2: Draft Agenda
  • WG-CP/6/3: Contribution from Rwanda: Rwanda’s Efforts To Ensure Child Online Protection
  • WG-CP/6/4: Liaison statement from JCA-COP to ITU Council Working Group on Child on-line Protection
  • WG-CP/6/5: Contribution from Lebanon: Lebanon’s efforts to ensure Child Online Protection at the national level
  • WG-CP/6/6: Contribution from Telecom Italia: Telecom Italia’s Efforts To Ensure Child Online Protection
  • WG-CP/6/7: Contribution from Costa Rica: Costa Rican’s efforts to ensure Child Online Protection
  • WG-CP/6/8: Contribution from ITU Secretariat: Update on the ITU Child Online Protection (COP) Initiative
  • WG-CP/6/9: Contribution from IMPACT: IMPACT efforts to ensure Child Online Protection
  • WG-CP/6/10: Contribution from FOSI GRID: Safer Internet Day 2013
  • WG-CP/6/11: Outcome of the sixth meeting of the Council Working Group on Child Online Protection
Contributions: Members are invited to submit their comments via e-mail to Ms. Carla Licciardello at cop@itu.int by 20 January 2013

 

  • Fifth meeting: 19 June 2012, ITU Headquarters (Room K), Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Online registration   Closed
  • Webcast
  • WG-CP/5/1: Invitation Letter
  • WG-CP/5/2: Draft Agenda
  • WG-CP/5/3: Contribution from Turkey: Safer Internet Service
  • WG-CP/5/4: Contribution from Egypt: Child Online Protection in Egypt’s National ICT Strategy 2012-2017
  • WG-CP/5/5: Contribution from FOSI: FOSI Overview – ITU Council Working Group
  • WG-CP/5/6: Contribution from ITU Secretariat: Update on the ITU Child Online Protection (COP) Initiative
  • WG-CP/5/7: Contribution from ITU Secretariat: ITU-T Report of the Plenary of Study Group 17, Security
  • WG-CP/5/8: Contribution from Japan: Japan’s Efforts for Improving Young People’s
    Internet Literacy- Development of a Literacy Indicator
  • WG-CP/5/9: Outcome of the Fourth and Fifth Meetings of the Council Working Group on Child Online Protection

Contributions: Members are invited to submit their comments via e-mail to Ms. Carla Licciardello at cop@itu.int by 14 June 2012
 


  • Fourth meeting: 7 October 2011, ITU Headquarters (Room K), Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Online registration  Closed
  • Webcast
  • WG-CP/4/1: Invitation Letter and Draft Agenda
  • WG-CP/4/2: Contribution from Turkey: Practices in Turkey on Child Online Protection and Safer Use of Internet
  • WG-CP/4/3: Liaison Statement from ITU-D Study Group 1(Question 22-1/1) on “Project Angels on the Net: A Successful Brazilian Multi-Partnership Example”
  • WG-CP/4/4: Contribution from ITU Secretariat: ITU Child Online Protection (COP) Initiative
  • WG-CP/4/5: Contribution from ITU Secretariat: ITU’s COP workshops during the 6th IGF in Nairobi, Kenya
  • WG-CP/4/6: Contribution from ITU Secretariat: Report on the Creation of Correspondence Group under the CWG-COP
  • WG-CP/4/7 (Rev.1): Contribution from Egypt: Egypt’s Internet Safety Project – A Study on Children and Mobile Phones
  • WG-CP/4/8: Contribution from AICTO: For a Trustworthy Internet with Special Focus on the Arab Region
  • WG-CP/4/9: Contribution from OECD: The Protection of Children Online
  • WG-CP/4/10(C11/45(Rev.1)): Outcome of the Third and Fourth Meetings of the Council Working Group on Child Online Protection

Contributions: Members are invited to submit their comments via e-mail to Ms. JeoungHee KIM at cop@itu.int by 5 October 2011
 


  • Third meeting: 27 May 2011, ITU Headquarters (Room K), Geneva, Switzerland.

Contributions: Members are invited to submit their comments via e-mail to Ms. JeoungHee KIM at cop@itu.int by 15 August 2011
 

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  • Second meeting: 11 June 2010, ITU Headquarters (Room H), Geneva, Switzerland.

Contributions: You are kindly invited to submit your contributions by sending them via e-mail to Ms. Cristina Bueti at copitu.int by 31 May 2010

 

Kindly be informed that this meeting will be held paperless. All documents will be made available at this website.

 

  • First meeting: 17-18 March 2010, ITU Headquarters (Room H), Geneva, Switzerland.

    Please note that the meeting was held in Room H on 17 March 2010 from 10.00 hours to 13.00 hours; from 14.00 to 17.00 hours; 18 March 2010 from 10.00 to 13.00 hours. 

  • Online registration  Closed
  • Webcast
  • WG-CP/1/1: Invitation Letter and Draft Agenda
  • WG-CP/1/2: Contribution from Odessa National Academy of Telecommunications n.a. O.S. Popov
  • WG-CP/1/3: Contribution from Telecom Italia
  • WG-CP/1/4: Contribution from European Commission- Information Society & Media Directorate General
  • WG-CP/1/5: Contribution from Egypt
  • WG-CP/1/6: Contribution from Bulgaria
  • WG-CP/1/7: Contribution from PTS - Swedish Post and Telecom Agency
  • WG-CP/1/8: Contribution from the Chairman: Suggested Terms of Reference
  • WG-CP/1/9: Contribution from the Republic of Mauritius
  • WG-CP/1/10: Contribution from ITU Secretariat: ITU Proposed Strategy on Child Online Protection
  • WG-CP/1/11: Contribution from ITU Secretariat: Child Online Protection (COP) Initiative
  • WG-CP/1/12: Contribution from the Slovak Republic
  • WG-CP/1/13: Contribution from Malaysia
  • WG-CP/1/14: Elaboration of the Current Terms of Reference
  • WG-CP/1/15: Contribution from Swedish Post and Telecom Agency and Cisco
  • WG-CP/1/16 Rev.1: Outcome of the 1st Meeting of the ITU Council Working Group on Child Online Protection (old version of the Outcome of the 1st Meeting  WG-CP/1/16)

Contributions: Member States and Sector Members are invited to submit their contributions by sending them via e-mail to Ms. Cristina Bueti at copitu.int by 10 March 2010
 

Kindly be informed that this meeting will be held paperless. All documents will be made available at this website.



 

 

 

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