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.
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:
Director General, GSMA
Vice President of Public Policy, RAINN
Dr. Joanna Rubinstein
President & CEO, World Childhood Foundation USA
Chief Psychiatrist Psychiatric Clinic South Stockholm
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