|The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
School of Health and Social Sciences,
|Ethel Quayle, Ethel.Quayle@ed.ac.uk
Ethel Quayle is senior lecturer and a clinical psychologist with a special interest in technology mediated violence against children. For the last fourteen years she has been working in the area of internet abuse images, collaborating internationally with government and non-government agencies. The work led to the development of the COPINE scale, a modified version of which is used to determine the level of severity in IIOC.
|Ai??||LinkAi??ping University, Sweden
Department of Child and Experimental MedicineAi?? (IKE)
|Carl-GAi??ran Svedin, email@example.com
Professor and Senior consultant in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry with special focus on child physical and sexual abuse. He was author of two studies central to our understanding of illegal images of children (IIOC) and continues to play a central clinical and academic role in this area. His work published with Back in 1997 and 2003, forms the basis for existing knowledge of the consequences of child abuse through illegal image production.
Bachelor of social science and PhD student. Linda’s PhD project focuses on youth and online sexual abuse. Linda is author of a recently published report about Swedish youth selling sex online.
|Ai??||Innocence in Danger, Germany|
|Ai??||Julia von Weiler
Julia is since 2003 Director of Innocence in Danger e.V. the German section of an international network working against sexual abuse, with a special commitment to prevent the spread of child abusive images through the internet. As a trained Psychologist she has worked extensively to provide support to children victims of sexual abuse and exploitation.
|Ai??||Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)
Jonathan is the Head of Education at CEOP.
Zoe is the Head of Safeguarding and Child Protection at CEOP. Before joining CEOP she was the NSPCC’s National Policy Adviser for Child Protection and worked as the society’s policy lead for sexual abuse and exploitation(including the internet and trafficking).