Record breaking interest for #Skillnadpåriktigt

Record breaking interest for #Skillnadpåriktigt
13 November, 2017 NetClean
NEWS 2017/11/08

Record breaking interest for #Skillnadpåriktigt

250 people attended #skillnadpåriktigt on 5 October to listen to presentations from both Swedish and international speakers.

The interesting presentations that centred on how to stop child sexual abuse were mixed with interactive discussions which allowed the very engaged audience to participate.

The theme during the conference was the importance of collaboration in order to tackle this problem, and focused on how, crucially, all aspects of society need to work together. Many of the presentations highlighted successful collaborations and initiatives that already exist. The conference gave a positive impression of how collaboration is already making a big impact. The Speakers included professionals from law enforcement, technology companies, researchers, NGOs, and other businesses in the private sector.

READ MORE: https://blog.netclean.com/collaboration-and-innovative-technology-make-real-change-skillnadpariktigt-2017/

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