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The Brighthood Conference
2019 Agenda

09.30

Registration opens

10.00

Welcome to the Brighthood Conference 2019

10.20

Ethical leadership and sustainable businesses – leading change in the mobile industry

Mats Granryd – Director General, GSMA
As Director General of GSMA, Mats Granryd led the mobile industry in becoming the first sector to commit to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Mats Granryd will share his view of SDGs impact on children and their importance going forward into the future and talk about the importance of ethical leadership in this digital age when we aim to connect everyone and everything.

10.55

Using tech and treatment to prevent sexual offending – PreventIT and Preventell

Christoffer Rahm, Principal Investigator Priotab, Researcher Karolinska Instituter, Chief Psychiatrist Psychiatric Clinic South Stockholm and Katarina Görts Öberg, PhD, Psychologist and Head of ANOVA
Can therapist-assisted online Cognitive Bevavioural Therapy treatment be an effective treatment model for people who view and share child sexual abuse material online? That is what the research project PreventIT is trying to find out, by contacting those individuals on the darknet and offering them a new anonymous treatment. PreventIT is run by ANOVA at the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden. Behind it is years of experience, from the ANOVA clinic and the helpline Preventell, of reaching out to individuals with risk factors of committing child sexual abuse.

11.30

How close cross sector collaboration can help safeguard children

John F. Clark, President and CEO of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)
The National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) in the USA is a great example of what can be achieved through cross sector collaboration. As a non-profit and non-governmental organisation, NCMEC collaborates closely with law enforcement, with embedded agents working within the organisation, as well as with the private industry, platform providers, policy makers and even the general public. John Clark will share the NCMEC story, from the start to where it is now as the central hub for all industry reporting in the US, as well as the hotline for the general public. He will also highlight some selected cases where children have been safeguarded thanks to this close collaboration.

12.00

Lunch

12.45

Live-streaming and emerging technologies in child sexual abuse crime – Soft launch of the NetClean Report 2019

Anna Borgström CEO, NetClean
The NetClean Report is a yearly report on child sexual abuse crime. The data is gathered across the world from police officers who specialise in child sexual abuse crimes. It adds to the growing knowledge bank worldwide about child sexual abuse, and it brings a unique insight into what law enforcement and employers do to stop this crime.

13.00

Experience from lobbying in child protection and the creation of the HERO program – US veterans trained in counter-child-exploitation and digital forensics

Camille Cooper, Vice President of Public Policy, RAINN
Camille Cooper has helped create some of the largest reforms in child exploitation and child protection in the US. She will discuss a range of topics, from her work at RAINN, the largest anti-sexual violence organization in the US to the creation of HERO Corps, which is a program designed to put military veterans into new law enforcement careers as elite, highly trained counter-child-exploitation professionals.

13.45

INTERPOL

Uri Sadeh, Coordinator, Crimes Against Children Unit, INTERPOL

14.20

Coffee break

14.50

New tools for measuring the progress on ending child sexual abuse and exploitation

The Index for assessing 60 countries’ response to child sexual exploitation and the ITU UNESCO Broadband Commission Report on Child Safety Online

Conor Griffin, Regional Director, EMEA, The Economist Intelligence Unit
Dr. Joanna Rubenstein, President and CEO, World Childhood Foundation USA, Commissioner of the ITU UNESCO Broadband Commission Report on Child Safety Online
How do countries respond to the threat of sexual violence against children? In 2019, The Economist Intelligence Unit at the initiative and with support of the World Childhood Foundation, Oak Foundation and the Carlson Family Foundation launched a new benchmarking index looking at 60 countries’ response to child sexual abuse and exploitation. Conor Griffin will talk about the key research findings and Joanna Rubinstein about the role of government, the private sector and civil society as drivers of ending sexual abuse of children and reaching the sustainable development goal 16 target 16.2. , and how the index highlights areas for development for each country.

The Broadband Commission Report will be released in October 2019. Joanna Rubinstein, as a co-chair together with Scott Gegenheimer of Zain of the Commission’s working group on child safety online, will present and discuss the key recommendations of the report. The Broadband Commission, comprised of leaders from government, industry, international organisations and academia, focus of the role of Broadband in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

15.35

Jon Rouse, Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation
Detective Inspector, Manager Operations, Victim Identification, Programs

16.20

Concluding remarks

16.30

Conference ends

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