Christian Berg, CEO at NetClean, participated in the panel…

Christian Berg, CEO at NetClean, participated in the panel…
27 September, 2016 NetClean
NEWS 2016/09/27

Christian Berg, CEO at NetClean, participated in the panel discussions at #skillnadpåriktigt 2015

“The children who are abused and photographed always say that the abuse is one thing, but knowing that the picture is used again and again means the abuse never ends.”

– Christian Berg, CEO at NetClean, participated in the panel discussions at #skillnadpåriktigt 2015.

Don’t miss out on the chance to join this year’s big seminar on how we together can stop child sexual abuse, in Stockholm, October 5. Registration is open until Thursday, September 29, at www.skillnadpariktigt.se

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