ICMEC

AcronymDefinition
ICMECInternational Centre for Missing and Exploited Children
ICMECInternational Center for Migration, Ethnicity and Citizenship
ICMECInternational Chamber Music Ensemble Competition (est. 2005)
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In a statement the ICMEC said: "In much of the world, this story was viewed as a uniquely American phenomenon.
To make intermediary liability more in tune with the ICMEC 2008 recommendations, such intermediaries could be compelled to mandatorily report to an agency authorised by the government.
As pointed out earlier, the collection of =sexually-explicit' images of a child in electronic form is made an offence under clause (b) of section 67B, as recommended by the ICMEC study in 2008.
The ICMEC honorary board also urged international leaders and organizations to join forces and act together to make the issue of child abuse a high priority, launch a global awareness campaign and develop new techniques and technologies to secure more protection for children.
Mubarak announced the declaration in a press conference she hosted under the Suzanne Mubarak Women's International Peace Movement, over which she presides, in partnership with the ICMEC.
Ernie Allen, president and chief executive officer of the ICMEC, an international leading private, non-governmental organization, spoke about child abduction and exploitation in around 17 countries.
Anyone interested in supporting the ICMEC or attending the ball at London's Savoy on October 5 should contact the charity on 01462 685 524 or stayloraticmec.org.
* Mrs Wallstrom to meet Board of Directors of International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC)
Ernie Allen, chief executive of the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC), told a conference in Dublin there are more than 40,000 sex sites on the internet.
ICMEC was set up by Mr Allen and MEP Mary Banotti because of their concerns over child safety worldwide.