NewsMadeleine of Sweden launches fight against child abuse online

Madeleine of Sweden launches fight against child abuse online

As a dedicated and strong advocate for children’s rights, Madeleine of Sweden also wants to put an end to online abuse.

Miami – When Princess Madeleine (39) interrupts her radio silence on Instagram, this usually has a special reason. The mother of three is rarely on social networks and occasionally gives an insight into her private life and her work. The latter has now moved her to a new post with an important message.

The youngest daughter of King Carl Gustaf (75) and Queen Silvia (78) uses her large number of followers again and again to draw attention to her heart project. Madeleine has supported the World Childhood Foundation for years. The foundation, which was set up by her mother Silvia more than 20 years ago, aims to end violence and sexual abuse against children. To advance this important mission, the World Childhood Foundation recently announced a new collaboration.* knows why Princess Madeleine is fully behind the “LIBRA” program.

Taking to Instagram, Princess Madeleine shared the news, which marks an important step in the fight against child abuse: “I am proud to announce that the World Childhood Foundation has decided to support and co-fund LIBRA.” Behind “LIBRA” is a program that searches the web and searches for prohibited child abuse content, such as images or videos. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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