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Tegan Insoll

Head of Research, Specialist

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Tegan Insoll, LL.M., is the Head of Research and Specialist at Protect Children.

As Head of Research, Tegan leads Protect Children's research team, coordinates the ReDirection project, and conducts innovative research on online sexual violence against children. Tegan has published a peer-reviewed research article and has written a number of research reports. She collaborates regularly with international stakeholders and presents at international conferences and webinars.

Tegan has an LL.M. in International Human Rights Law and is specialised in global health law and children’s rights. Tegan is particularly interested in the responsibilities of non-state actors in the realisation of human rights - for example the obligations that tech companies hold in regard to ensuring that all children can thrive in online environments. 




Yksi kokemus yhdistää monia, jotka kuluttavat lasten hyväksikäyttö­materiaalia



Wer im Darknet nach Missbrauchsbildern suchte, landete bei einer Umfrage. Einblick in die erschütternden Antworten



Child sexual abuse material: Half of viewers then contact children, study finds


Turun Sanomat

Kaksi kolmasosaa suomalaisista haluaa lapsille parempaa suojelua netissä


Yle News

Finland needs better legislation to protect children online, survey finds


The Guardian

Viewers of online abuse at high risk of contacting children directly, study finds


Turun Sanomat

Tutkimus: Seksuaaliväkivaltakuvien kuluttajista suomalaiset muita suurempi riski lapsille myös netin ulkopuolella


SafeToNet Foundation

CSAM Users in the Dark Web with Tegan Insoll and Anna Ovaska, Protect Children

Media appearances


Offender-focused research and prevention

Supporting victims, survivors and families

Children’s safety and emotion skills education

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