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       |acronym=INHOPE
       |logo=1001_Actions_for_Peace_Dialogue_through_Sports.jpg
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       |logo=Inhope.jpg
       |project_title= [[Dialogue through Sports: Play for Peace]]
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       |Network_Name=International Association of Internet Hotlines
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       |Number_of_Members=51 Hotlines        
       |funding_period=13/04/2008 to 30/05/2008
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       |Member_Since=2007
       |coordinator=[[Elen Aristodemou]]
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       |Website=http://www.inhope.org/
      |funding_agency= [[Anna Lindh Foundation|ALF]]
 
      |total_cost= <br>€ 2500 € (Total Budget)
 
      |partners=[[Cyprus EU Association]] <br> [[Peace Players International]] <br> [[Environmental Study Centre]]
 
       |website=http://dialougethroughsports.wetpaint.com/
 
 
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The '''1001 Actions for Peace: Dialogue through Sports''' Project is part of the regional campaign "1001 Actions for Dialogue" launched by the [[Anna Lindh Foundation]] (ALF) the Dialogue between Cultures for the enhancement of peaceful coexistence and intercultural dialogue in the Euro-Mediterranean area. The action was generated with the financial support of the [[Anna Lindh Foundation]] and was carried out in collaboration with [[Cyprus EU Association]], [[Peace Players International]] and the [[Environmental Study Centre]].
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INHOPE is an active and collaborative network of 51 hotlines in 45 countries worldwide, dealing with illegal content online and committed to stamping out child sexual abuse (CSAM) from the Internet.
  
  
==The vision of this project==
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==Mission Statement==
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The mission of INHOPE is to support and enhance the work of hotlines to strengthen the International efforts to combat child sexual abuse using a multi stakeholder approach. The achievement of this mission is underpinned by the following five key objectives of the network.
  
 
==Objectives==
 
==Objectives==
The project concentrated on:<br>
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* To establish policies and best practice standards for hotlines and encourage exchange of expertise among members through fostering good working relationships and trust.
*Increasing Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot  coaches’ and [[Peace Players International]] (PPI) team members’ skills through Non-Violent Communication (NVC)
 
*Increasing dialogue among Cypriot  youth during mono- and bi-communal activities through sports
 
*Emphasizing team spirit and relationship building through interaction
 
*Empowering youth to visualize a future Cyprus with [[Structured Dialogic Design Process]].
 
  
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* To ensure rapid and effective response to illegal content reports around the world by developing consistent, effective and secure mechanisms for exchanging reports between Hotlines internationally and ensuring a coordinated approach is taken.
  
==Target Groups==
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* To expand the network of INHOPE Hotlines around the world by identifying and supporting new Hotlines to become members by providing consultation and training to meet best practice standards.
*The project aimed to reach the Turkish Cypriot and the Greek Cypriot youth aged 10-15 both from urban and rural settings (approximately 300 youngsters have been reached; the project also aimed to encourage girls’ participation)
 
*PeacePlayers International Basketball team members and coaches
 
*Cypriot Civil Society
 
*Media
 
  
==Activities==
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* To promote a better understanding of the work of hotlines to policymakers at an international level, including government, law enforcement and other related bodies, with the aim of achieving better co-operation internationally.
In celebrating the EU’s Year of Intercultural Dialogue, the Action has held the following activities:<br>
 
*Train the trainer: 3-4 sustainable workshops of NVC involving facilitation and envisioning for PPI team coaches island-wide
 
*Train the youth: PPI team coaches return to their communities and deliver training to youth in a mono- and bi-communal setting. *Cypriot youth paints their future Cyprus on a canvass together; youth’s paintings have been displayed in the Buffer Zone
 
*Dialogue Night: one basketball finale and video production by the bi-communal television show “Biz/Emeis” highlighting the project for their show on the “Dialogue Night”
 
*An interview featuring the representatives from the partner organizations on the bi-communal radio show “Talk of the Island”
 
*Disseminating the video and a ‘pod cast’ of the interview for the project members’ and Anna Lindh Foundation’s websites.
 
  
==External Links==
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* To raise awareness of INHOPE and member hotlines with key stakeholders as well as the general public as a "one stop shop" for global reports of illegal content from around the world especially Child Sexual Abuse Material.
*[http://dialougethroughsports.wetpaint.com/ Official Website of Dialogue through Sports: Play for Peace]
 
  
  
[[Category:List of FWC Memberships]]
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==Members==
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    Australia
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    Austria
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    Belgium
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    Bosnia & Herzegovina
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    Brazil
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    Bulgaria
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    Canada
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    Croatia
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    Columbia
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    Cyprus
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    Denmark
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    Estonia
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    Finland
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    France
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    Germany - eco - Verband der Internetwirtschaft e.V.
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    Germany - FSM
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    Germany - Jungeschutz.net
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    Greece
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    Hungary - Biztonsagosinternet Hotline
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    Hungary - Internet Hotline
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    Iceland
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    Ireland
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    Italy - Telfono Azzurro
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    Italy - Save the Children
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    Japan
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    Korea
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    Latvia
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    Lithuania
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    Luxembourg
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    Malta
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    Netherlands
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    New Zealand
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    Poland
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    Portugal
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    Romania
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    Russia - Safer Internet Center
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    Russia - Friendly RUNET Foundation
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    Serbia
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    Slovakia
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    Slovenia
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    South Africa
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    Spain
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    Sweden
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    Taiwan
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    Turkey
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    United Kingdom
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    United States of America
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[[Category:FWC Memberships]]

Latest revision as of 09:12, 27 October 2016

INHOPE
INHOPE
Network Name International Association of Internet Hotlines
Number of Members 51 Hotlines
Member Since 2007
Website http://www.inhope.org/



INHOPE is an active and collaborative network of 51 hotlines in 45 countries worldwide, dealing with illegal content online and committed to stamping out child sexual abuse (CSAM) from the Internet.


Mission Statement

The mission of INHOPE is to support and enhance the work of hotlines to strengthen the International efforts to combat child sexual abuse using a multi stakeholder approach. The achievement of this mission is underpinned by the following five key objectives of the network.

Objectives

  • To establish policies and best practice standards for hotlines and encourage exchange of expertise among members through fostering good working relationships and trust.
  • To ensure rapid and effective response to illegal content reports around the world by developing consistent, effective and secure mechanisms for exchanging reports between Hotlines internationally and ensuring a coordinated approach is taken.
  • To expand the network of INHOPE Hotlines around the world by identifying and supporting new Hotlines to become members by providing consultation and training to meet best practice standards.
  • To promote a better understanding of the work of hotlines to policymakers at an international level, including government, law enforcement and other related bodies, with the aim of achieving better co-operation internationally.
  • To raise awareness of INHOPE and member hotlines with key stakeholders as well as the general public as a "one stop shop" for global reports of illegal content from around the world especially Child Sexual Abuse Material.


Members

   Australia
   Austria
   Belgium 
   Bosnia & Herzegovina
   Brazil
   Bulgaria
   Canada
   Croatia
   Columbia
   Cyprus
   Denmark
   Estonia
   Finland
   France
   Germany - eco - Verband der Internetwirtschaft e.V.
   Germany - FSM
   Germany - Jungeschutz.net
   Greece
   Hungary - Biztonsagosinternet Hotline 
   Hungary - Internet Hotline
   Iceland
   Ireland
   Italy - Telfono Azzurro
   Italy - Save the Children
   Japan 
   Korea
   Latvia
   Lithuania
   Luxembourg
   Malta
   Netherlands
   New Zealand
   Poland
   Portugal
   Romania
   Russia - Safer Internet Center
   Russia - Friendly RUNET Foundation
   Serbia
   Slovakia
   Slovenia
   South Africa
   Spain
   Sweden
   Taiwan 
   Turkey
   United Kingdom
   United States of America