Invitation: Conference on solutions to fight child sexual abuse

Invitation: Conference on solutions to fight child sexual abuse
1 July, 2019 NetClean
Invitation: Conference on solutions to fight child sexual abuse

This year’s most important conference on solutions to fight child sexual abuse.

We are proud to present a great line-up of highly experienced speakers from different industries. They will cover a range of topics from ethical leadership and benchmarking countries’ responses to child sexual abuse, to innovative programmes such as HERO Corps in the US and Prevent_IT in Sweden.

In 2019, the conference has a focus on technology and how the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals are one of the global drivers for this issue.

Brighthood is the new name and concept for #skillnadpåriktigt
(make a real difference).

About Brighthood

The Brighthood conference brings together important stakeholders and aims to create awareness about how each sector plays a part in shaping a brighter future for children.

  • When: November 6, 2019 @ 12.30pm
  • Where: Stockholm Waterfront

Some of the 2019 speakers:

Mats Granryd
Director General, GSMA

Camille Cooper
Vice President of Public Policy, RAINN

Dr. Joanna Rubinstein
President & CEO, World Childhood Foundation USA

Christoffer Rahm
Chief Psychiatrist Psychiatric Clinic South Stockholm

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