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Policy changes that help and hinder our ability to end child sexual abuse

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Monday, December 10, 2012
11 AM to 12:30 PM Pacific Time
(2 PM to 3:30 PM Eastern)

This web conference is the last in a series of nine web conferences on Ending Child Sexual Abuse. This is a collaboration between PreventConnect and Ms. Foundation for Women. Please see the materials and recordings from the previous web conference, “After Sandusky:  What we have learned to prevent CSA in youth-serving organizations.

This web conference is sponsored by the Ms. Foundation for Women.

This last web conference is titled “Policy changes that help and hinder our ability to end child sexual abuse (CSA).”

On many issues, it has been proven over and over again, that education alone will not change a trajectory towards harm.  What has made a large impact are the very real shifts in the cultural climate and political will of policymakers to address the sexual harm of children. This webinar will provide an understanding of current policy approaches to preventing CSA – both intended and unintended consequences as well as the efforts underway to strengthen a CSA prevention policy agenda.

Alisa Klein
Alisa Klein

Sponsor: Ms. Foundation for Women

Host: Joan Tabachnick & Cordelia Anderson



Christi Hurt
Christi Hurt

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to name three current child sexual abuse and exploitation prevention policies.
  2. Participants will be able to state the intended and unintended consequences of three existing child sexual abuse or exploitation prevention policies.
  3. Participants will be able to name one or two action steps to create better policies in their organization, community, or in state or federal legislation.

Overall Series Goals:

  • Raise the visibility and level of dialogue about child sexual abuse within the larger prevention community.
  • Build new communities who care deeply about children to involve them in the child sexual abuse prevention movement.
  • Increase attention to ending child sexual abuse and the level of knowledge, resources and possible action to child sexual abuse prevention.

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