CESAGRAM project

2PS and CESAGRAM partnership

2PS is glad to announce a new synergy established with the CESAGRAM project. We will collaborate closely to prevent child sexual abuse and exploitation and protect children from harm. Most importantly, we will jointly raise awareness of this global issue.

The CESAGRAM project

CESAGRAM is a two-year EU-funded ISF project, aiming to enhance the understanding of the grooming process, how it is facilitated by technology and how it can lead to missing children.
The aim is to ensure that grooming linked to children going missing is prevented to the possible extent as well as that victims of grooming are identified and receive appropriate support before, during and after their disappearance.


CESAGRAM will work towards a Comprehensive European Strategy against Grooming and Missing children by conducting a range of separate yet interconnected activities. In particular research, training and awareness raising, the creation of an AI tool, and Advocacy.

Moreover, CESAGRAM will conduct a mapping of the existing research and legislation and policy frameworks on tech-facilitated grooming in four target countries and on the EU level.

The consortium consists of a partnership of 11 expert organisations.


The CESAGRAM objective

The overall objective is to develop training for better exchange of knowledge, experience and good practice for professionals. Furthermore, to develop tools for young people to recognise grooming and better protect themselves.

In addition, the project will produce AI-based tools to facilitate the detection and prevention of grooming content online. They will draw on realistic use case scenarios that consider law enforcement agencies’ operational needs.

The project will build a deposit of knowledge accumulated from a range of experts, related projects, and stakeholders. This knowledge will be localised in a Knowledge Hub to inform on the CESAGRAM Project and its outputs but also showcase and highlight other existing work on grooming and missing.

Lastly, the project will produce actionable advocacy materials to inform discussions with EU stakeholders and national Governments about further action to prevent grooming and missing.


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