Unwanted Distribution of Children’s Images and the Right to Development

The unwanted distribution of images of children and young people is an issue of concern for many, including young people themselves and those who advocate for them. Anna Bunn discusses why the distribution of images of children and young people, where unwanted by the image subject, can have implications for development, particularly the development of self-esteem. Image courtesy of Anna Bunn.

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