Joining Mark Woerde and Hans Guijt was Albert-Jaap van Santbrink, CEO of Terre des Hommes.
Terre des Hommes had been fighting to protect vulnerable children for decades through its branches across Europe and Canada.
More than 551,887 people signed this petition to call on police and child protections authorities to take action and stop webcam child sex.
Virtual girl Sweetie tracked down 1000 perpetrators of online sexual child abuse in 2013, showing the extent and nature of webcam child sex tourism worldwide.
In the slums of Manila, a police raid of a child sexual exploitation operation illuminates the challenges the country faces in protecting vulnerable children and prosecuting their abusers.As stated by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, there are no circumstances in which using children in pornographic performances and materials is acceptable.“‘Child pornography’ is a misnomer – the phrase implies that the sexual exploitation of children is subset of a (mostly) legal industry,” says Chief of Child Protection at UNICEF Philippines Sarah Norton-Staal.It said the 38-year-old Dutch citizen had then "abused that trust by forcing them to perform sexual acts before their webcams".Determined to get the word out, Hans invited two Dutch journalists to the Philippines to witness what was happening.One, a seasoned reporter named Elsbeth Stoker, wrote a feature for the Dutch daily newspaper de Volkskrant.They didn’t want online predators savvy to their sting.” After a few seconds a single word popped up: “Yes.” The conversation quickly moved to Skype at the girl’s request.