Coalition Activites

In March 2023, the coalition submitted letters to the House and Senate Appropriations Subcommittees on Homeland Security; State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs; and Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies to request critical funding increases for fiscal year 2024 for accounts that assist in combating Online Sexual Exploitation and Abuse of Children (OSEAC).

In November 2023, the coalition submitted recommendations for the Kids Online Health and Safety Taskforce. The coalition’s recommendations prioritized current and emerging risks to children’s health, safety and privacy, threats to mental health, and OSEAC.

Advocating to pass legislation that addresses key gaps and weaknesses in the U.S.’s current legal framework.

Advocating for increased U.S. budgetary allocations to government-led programs that support the prevention of and response to OSEAC.

The End OSEAC Coalition is actively engaging in the U.S. government appropriations process, advocating for both the administration and congressional leaders to increase funding allocated to key accounts.

Pushing for increased and improved coordination within and between U.S. government agencies on efforts to prevent and respond to OSEAC.

To ensure the U.S. government’s efforts to prevent and address OSEAC are as effective and efficient as possible, it is critical that all government agencies and offices are working in concert and sharing information when possible and appropriate. 

To learn more about our specific requests, please see the below organizational sign-on letters:

Coalition-Endorsed Legislation:

  • Eliminating Abusive and Rampant Neglect of Interactive Technologies (EARN IT) Act
  • END Child Exploitation Act
  • Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA)
  • Project Safe Childhood (PSC) Act
  • Revising Existing Procedures on Reporting via Technology (REPORT) Act
  • Stopping Harmful Image Exploitation and Limiting Distribution (SHIELD) Act
  • Strengthening Transparency and Obligations to Protect children Suffering from Abuse and Maltreatment (STOP CSAM) Act
  • For more information, please see the End OSEAC Coalition’s Policy Positions

How To Join

If your organization is interested in learning more about the End OSEAC Coalition or would like to join, please contact us through one of the options listed below.

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