Following convictions of online child sex predators in Great Britain, Denmark, Belgium, Poland and Australia, a Dutch child sex abuser has been arrested for the first time thanks to Sweetie.
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The innovative projects via which Terre des Hommes highlights child exploitation can still count on interest from abroad. On 7 October, a delegation from Terre des Hommes gave a presentation to the Italian parliament on Sweetie and the VR Experience.
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The Terre des Hommes Sweetie project has won the 'Transparant Prijs' in the category 'Flagship project with the most impact’. The award corresponds to a cash amount of € 25.000.
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A second online child abuser is convicted thanks to the ‘Sweetie’ 2013 campaign. It is the sixth conviction wordwide. The man is sentenced to prison for 28 months. He will appeal against the sentence.
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In England too, a child abuser has been convicted as a result of the 'Sweetie' campaign in 2013. The man worked as a primary school teacher and his online child abuse was discovered while he was chatting with the virtual girl that helped Terre des Hommes detect a thousand perpetrators of webcam child sex. The man, who is placed under surveillance, gets two-year suspended prison sentence as well as a mandatory treatment for online child abusers.
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Again, a child abuser has been convicted in Denmark as a result of the 'Sweetie' campaign in 2013. The man, a former policeman, was caught because he was chatting with the virtual girl that helped Terre des Hommes detect a thousand perpetrators of webcam child sex. He was sentenced to sixty days in prison.
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For the first time, a Belgian citizen has been convicted for webcam sex with children thanks to the virtual girl Sweetie.
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