‘No Consensus On The Degree To Which Pornography Is Harmful To Children’: Report From U.N. Agency UNICEF

‘No Consensus On The Degree To Which Pornography Is Harmful To Children’: Report From U.N. Agency UNICEF


A report released by the U.N. agency UNICEF (U.N. Children’s Fund) states that while “age verification tools may prevent children from accessing pornography from commercial websites, it is unlikely that they would prevent children from accessing pornography completely,” adding, “There is currently no universal agreement on the nature and the extent of the harm caused to children by viewing content classified as pornography.”

“UNICEF also claims that asking for age-verification to access pornography online may deny children access to what it calls ‘vital sexuality education,’” The Center for Family and Human Rights reported. “It should be noted that critics charge ‘comprehensive sexuality education’ is pornographic and harmful to children.”

The UNICEF report states, “Any restrictions on ICCPR (International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights) rights must be the least intrusive instrument available among those that might achieve the desired result. Accordingly, children should not be age-gated out of any online environment, or have their access to content or aspects of an online

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