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On the 5th October more than 170 people gathered at Stockholm Waterfront to attend #skillnadpåriktigt.

The theme of the 2016 conference was collaboration between different sectors and stakeholders. To create change police, policy makers, technology companies, private and public organisations, NGOs and others must all work together.

2016 speakers

Anne Larilahti, Telia Company

Anne Larilahti, Telia Company

Creating an internet that is a safe space for children demands an integrated way of thinking within the telecom industry, and collaboration with other sectors. Larilahti and Augustsson spoke about how Telia with help of technology and collaboration work to make a change for children online.

Per-Åke Wecksell, NOA (National Crime Agency)

Per-Åke Wecksell, NOA (National Crime Agency)

Police work is not just remedying crime, it is also about prevention. Per-Åke Wecksell, who is the the chief of police at NOA (National Crime Agency), spoke about the proactive preventative work that the police understates to prevent child sexual abuse.

Åsa Kastbom, BUP

Åsa Kastbom, BUP

Åsa Kastbom works as a doctor at BUP (children and youth psychology unit) at Linköping University Hospital. She spoke about children who have been sexually abused, and gave an insight into their lives, how the trauma of abuse affects them, and how it is possible to help them rebuild their lives and see a bright future.

Jens Storberget, Swedish Parliament

Jens Storberget, Swedish Parliament

Jens Storberget is Section chief, responsible for IT / information security in the Swedish Parliament. He spoke about why child sexual abuse is an issue for the administration supporting Parliament and how they are have chosen to act on this matter. He also spoke about how this issue has developed into a more general issue and shared his professional experience of working on this issue.

Anna Augustson, Telia Company

Anna Augustson, Telia Company

Creating an internet that is a safe space for children demands an integrated way of thinking within the telecom industry, and collaboration with other sectors. Larilahti and Augustsson spoke about how Telia with help of technology and collaboration work to make a change for children online.

James Traynor, CEOP

James Traynor, CEOP

James Traynor is a police officer working at the National Crime Agency, Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) in the UK. He leads the work to identify victims and his team is responsible for national and international operations.

2016 interviews

Christian Berg, CEO at Safer Society Group, in an interview from 2016

Jens Storberget, Swedish Parliament, in an interview from 2016

Åsa Kastbom, Doctor, in an interview from 2016

Anne Larilahti, Telia Company, in an interview from 2016

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Contact

event@netclean.com
Första långgatan 30
413 27, Göteborg
Sweden