Power of organizational practices: Innovations to keep kids safer
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
11 AM to 12:30 PM Pacific Time
(2 PM to 3:30 PM Eastern)
After the tragedy at Penn State, there have been renewed efforts to focus attention on what organizations can do to prevent the sexual abuse of children or teens in their care. This web conference will describe efforts underway to build stronger policies and practice within these organizations and will focus on some practical tools that other organizations can use. Further, this online event builds upon a previous Prevent Connect web conference that examined the emerging research to support policy change within youth serving organizations.
Hosts: Joan Tabachnick and Cordelia Anderson
- Jetta Bernier, Enough Abuse Campaign
- Malia Arrington, U.S. Olympic Commission
- Due to technical difficulties, there is no recording available for this web conference.
- Podcasts from the speakers summarizing their presentations are available below
- Joan Tabachnick and Cordelia Anderson, Working with youth organizations to end child sexual abuse
- Jetta Bernier, Enough Abuse Campaign: Resources to end child sexual abuse
- Malia Arrington, Preventing forms of misconduct in sports: SafeSport Initiative
- Slides [PDF]
- After Sandusky: What we have learned to prevent child sexual abuse in youth-serving organizations (Ending Child Sexual Abuse Web Conference November 19. 2013)
- Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Within Youth-serving Organizations: Getting Started on Policies and Procedures, Centers for Disease Control
- Joan Tabachnick, Creating Organizational Policies to Prevent Sexual Abuse, The Prevention Researcher, September 2103
- Describe three strengths that youth serving organizations begin with to help prevent child sexual abuse.
- Outline key prevention strategies for youth serving organizations beyond reporting.
- Identify three key resources for working with youth serving organizations.
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