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New Version of Global Resource Information Directory Launched

Carmen Maria Montiel


An experienced media professional, Carmen María Montiel graduated magna cum laude with a BA in broadcasting and Spanish from East Tennessee State University. Active in charity as well, Carmen María Montiel has served on the board of directors of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

On May 10, 2016, UNICEF and the Family Online Safety Institute announced the launch of the latest version of the Global Resource & Information Directory (GRID). The new portal will provide a wide-ranging digital resource for academics and educators, industry, law enforcement, and governments to improve the protection of children online such as from sexual exploitation.

The latest version of GRID includes country-specific pages that gathers education, legislation, local organizations, and national level research striving to shield young people from online exploitation and violence. GRID also provides an avenue for sharing knowledge on new legislation, programs, and trends as well as serving as a central resource for best practices to safeguard young people online.

An experienced media professional, Carmen María Montiel graduated magna cum laude with a BA in broadcasting and Spanish from East Tennessee State University. Active in charity as well, Carmen María Montiel has served on the board of directors of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

On May 10, 2016, UNICEF and the Family Online Safety Institute announced the launch of the latest version of the Global Resource & Information Directory (GRID). The new portal will provide a wide-ranging digital resource for academics and educators, industry, law enforcement, and governments to improve the protection of children online such as from sexual exploitation.
The latest version of GRID includes country-specific pages that gathers education, legislation, local organizations, and national level research striving to shield young people from online exploitation and violence. GRID also provides an avenue for sharing knowledge on new legislation, programs, and trends as well as serving as a central resource for best practices to safeguard young people online.

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