We know that prevention and deterrence remain the best way of preventing harm from happening in the first place (or re-occurring), yet this remains one of the most challenging aspects of tackling child sexual abuse.
Whilst efforts to remove Child Sexual Abuse Material from the internet are indisputably important, doing so without working with (potential) offenders to tackle the demand side, means the risk of individuals finding new ways to access imagery and evade detection will persist.
This session explored existing knowledge, current trends, and innovative approaches to best understand how we can prevent offending and re-offending to keep children safe.
Ministry of Women, Family and
Human Rights Federal Government
Senior manager – child safety
Head of Unit
Lucy Faithfull Foundation
Dr. Michael Seto
Director of the Forensic Mental
Health Research Unit
Royal Ottawa Health Care Group
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- Impact of COVID-19 on child sexual exploitation and abuse online Society & culture
- Rebooting child protection systems: 5 ways to address child sexual abuse online Uncategorized
- Summit agenda International collaboration
- Technology-led risk and safety assessment Tech industry
- Offender outreach Uncategorized
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Discussing accountability of evolving technology and the ownership of responsibility and duty of care to children.
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