Some of the organizations below offer image removal or direct support for victims and survivors of image-based sexual abuse. Others provide useful guides and information.
Faro Digital provides workshops and educational content on digital violence, including a guide on nonconsensual pornography.
The Office of the eSafety Commissioner offers reporting options, support, and resources for victims, their family and friends, and bystanders.
Reporting Form: https://www.esafety.gov.au/report/forms
Saferinternet.at offers guides that review privacy policies, reporting procedures, and other security features across multiple platforms.
The Institute for the Equality of Women and Men offers a step-by-step removal guide for multiple websites and may be able to help delete images or offer advice on contacting law enforcement.
Helpline Phone: 0800/12 800
Helpline Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
InternetBolivia provides a comprehensive guide that reviews how to report to law enforcement, seek mental health assistance and legal expertise, and contact the hotline.
Helpline Phone: +59162342340
Helpline Phone: 28 83 40 70
Helpline Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 11-16
Droit à l’image explains the legal rights an individual has to his or her image, as well as pathways to request the removal of an image.
Frauen Gegen Gewalt provides documentation, reporting, and referral information for victims of image-based sexual abuse, including non-consensual pornography and sextortion.
The Violence Against Women Support Hotline offers advice to women victims of image-based sexual abuse. They offer mental health consultations and can connect victims with local support services.
Helpline Phone: 08000 116 016
The Rain Lily Sexual Violence Crisis Centre provides online resources for victims of image-based sexual violence, including legal information and assistance with image removal.
Helpline Phone: 2375 5322
Helpline Hours: Monday to Friday: 09:00 – 22:00 and Saturday: 09:00 – 13:00
Stígamót offers free counseling and advice to victims of digital sexual violence.
Bjarkarhlíð provides free counseling and information for victims as well as legal information and reporting help.
Parihar provides support and advice for people who have had intimate images shared without their consent.
Helpline Phone: 080 22943225 or 22943224
Helpline Hours: 8 AM- 8 PM
Helpline Email: email@example.com
BullyID Indonesia provides legal, psychological, and image removal support for adults.
Reporting Form: https://bullyid.org/revenge-porn-help-centre-form/
Help Wanted offers 24/7 advice to victims of image-based sexual abuse and sextortion.
Chatline Hours: 11:00- 19:00
Helpline Phone: 020 – 261 5275
Helpline Hours: 09:00- 19:00
Helpline Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NetSafe provides a hotline for victims of image-based abuse.
Reporting Form: https://report.netsafe.org.nz/hc/en-au/requests/new
Helpline Phone: 0508 NETSAFE (0508 638 723) or Text ‘Netsafe’ to 4282
Helpline Hours: 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am – 5pm on weekends and public holidays
Helpline Email: email@example.com
The Digital Rights Foundation Cyber Harassment Helpline helps victims of online harassment and violence in Pakistan. The Helpline provides free and confidential legal advice, digital security support, psychological counseling, and a referral system to victims of online harassment. The Helpline will provide a judgment-free, private and gender-sensitive environment for all its callers.
Helpline Phone: 0800 39393
Helpline Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SAWA is a Palestinian, non-profit civil society organization that offers a helpline to support women who are victims of sexual exploitation, including cyber exploitation.
Helpline Phone (Ramallah): +972 2 2418100
Helpline Phone (Jerusalem): +972 2 534122.
Tecnoresistencias provides a guide with reporting procedures, existing laws, and other information related to nonconsensual pornography.
The Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE) provides counseling, legal information, and general advice to victims of image-based sexual abuse through their Women’s Helpline and Sexual Assault Care Centre.
Women’s Helpline Phone: 1800 777 5555
Women’s Helpline Hours: Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sexual Assault Care Centre (SACC) Helpline Phone: 6779 0282
SACC Helpline Hours: Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
SACC Helpline Email: email@example.com
Solid Ground provides informational guides for victims that include legal information, image removal advice, and directions for further support.
The Korea Cyber Sexual Violence Response Center (KCSVRC) offers counseling, video deletion, legal information, and other support for victims of cyber sexual violence. They also coordinate lectures, campaigns, and other awareness- raising activities.
Helpline Phone: (+82) 02-817-7959
Helpline Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Swiss Crime Prevention provides information related to sextortion, image removal and contacting authorities.
Opferhilfe Schweiz links to counseling services in different cantons throughout Switzerland. Some services may offer support for issues related to sextortion and cyber stalking.
Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD) coordinates a web- based form called Canal Prioritario where victims can request the removal of non-consensually disseminated images from social media platforms.
The Taipei Women’s Rescue Foundation (TWRF) supports women victims who have had their intimate images shared without consent.
Helpline Phone: +886-2-2555-8595
Helpline Email: email@example.com
Victim Support: Visit their website or call their helpline for free and confidential support at 08 08 16 89 111.
Women’s Aid: Call their 24-hour National Helpline at 08 08 20 00 247 for support and advice.
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