Mick Moran, INTERPOL
Mick Moran Heads up the Specialist Group for Crimes Against Children at INTERPOL. He has a unique insight into global efforts to stop child sexual abuse.
Cecilia Wallin, National Operative Departmen, Swedish Police, National IT crime division
Cecilia Wallin, from NOA’s National IT-centre, shared her expertise and police experience of working on online child sexual abuse cases, and working to stop child sexual abuse.
Patrik Håkansson, Ericsson
Patrik Håkansson is the Group Security Advisor at Ericsson and one of the leading forces behind the company’s Action Against Child Sexual Abuse program. In his speech he spoke about challenges and lessons learned at Ericsson.
Maria Dufva, Criminologist
Maria Dufva is a criminologist and lecturer on infringements online. She also works at a support unit for young victims of crime. She spoke about the importance of getting children to speak about their ordeals, and the need for adults to listen and find the courage to help.
Jon Rouse, Queensland Police
Jon Rouse, Queensland Police, spoke about one of their biggest cases where they shut down a large network of paedophiles.
Michael Färdigh, Växjö Local Authority
Michael Färdigh, Head of HR at Växjö Local Authority, shared his experience of working to stop dissemination of online child sexual abuse material in the Local Authority. He highlighted why it is important to work on an organisational level, and the results that this has yielded.
Mick Moran in an interview from 2015
Jon Rouse in an interview from 2015
Maria Dufva in an interview from 2015
Michael Färdigh in an interview from 2015
Patrik Håkansson in an interview from 2015
Cecilia Wallin in an interview from 2015
Christian Berg in an interview from 2015