How to prevent sexual violence against children — 7 days of ideas
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On November 20, 1989, the UN General Assembly adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child. 30 years on, major strides in children’s rights have been made, but the nature of sexual abuse and exploitation of children is evolving. Increasingly, abuse and exploitation are happening online — and often governments are ill-equipped to address these new threats.
We’ll walk you through practical approaches to addressing the issue, highlighting the most innovative tools, technologies and techniques which are working to prevent sexual violence against children. You’ll get:
- Bite-sized activities or articles, taking 10 minutes or less per day, for 7 days
- A practical introduction to evidence-based interventions for preventing child sexual violence – and how to apply it to your work
- Global case studies and reading lists highlighting best practices and innovations in the field
You can complete as many or as few as you like, and you’ll have opportunities to connect with peers and experts applying these concepts globally.
Open to all participants from the public service, civil society, and academia. If you are not yet a member of Apolitical, you will be taken to a signup page that will automatically register you for the sprint.