Save the date:
#skillnadpåriktigt becomes the Brighthood Conference
Save the date for one of this year’s most important conferences on solutions to fight child sexual abuse – the Brighthood Conference in Stockholm, 6th November, 2019.
The conference is relevant to anyone working with IT-security, Sustainability, HR, Legal or in the Management Team in both the private and public sector. It is also relevant for law enforcement, policy makers, NGO’s, opinion leaders and academic researchers within the child sexual exploitation field.
Brighthood is the new name and concept for the conference #skillnadpåriktigt (make a real difference) that NetClean has hosted annually since 2015. If you have been to #skillnadpåriktigt before, you will recognise it, with the difference that Brighthood is an international conference, held in English and open to international attendees. It will also have an increased focus on technology and how the SDGs (UN’s Sustainable Development Goals) are one of the global drivers for this issue.
Brighthood (#skillnadpåriktigt) has become one of the largest conferences in the world that focus on solutions to fight child sexual abuse. The Brighthood conference is unique in that it brings together all of the above stakeholders and highlights the many concrete, innovative and effective solutions implemented by the different sectors. The aim is to increase awareness about how each sector plays a part in creating a brighter future for children.
Over the years the conference has attracted highly knowledgeable, expert speakers from law enforcement (for example INTERPOL and Europol, Australian, British, Canadian and Swedish police), large corporations and public sector organisations (such as Ericsson, Telia, Volvo and the Government Offices of Sweden), NGO’s (National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in the US, Lucy Faithfull Foundation in the UK and ECPAT Sweden) as well as academic researchers, politicians and other practitioners.
The Brighthood Conference is a half-day conference starting 12.30 at Stockholm Waterfront.
Register now to reserve a space at the conference.
Speakers will be announced shortly.
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