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Australian Summit Against Sexual Exploitation

By May 23, 2017 No Comments

The problem of sexual exploitation is enormous.

But at the same time, new opportunities to take back ground are emerging as societies around the globe recognise that what is needed to beat this insidious form of exploitation is a proactive, co-ordinated, multi-agency approach. Now, more than ever, the growing movement to end sexual exploitation needs to work together to establish a new norm – a world free of all forms of exploitation. The Australian Summit Against Sexual Exploitation on May 5-6 2017 brought together leaders from this movement, along with special guest speakers to equip, encourage and inspire.

In my role as Chair of Porn Harms Kids, I recently presented at this inaugural summit. This video is my presentation about the history and strategy of Porn Harms Kids, and how important your involvement is for the wellbeing of children.

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About Liz Walker

Helping close communication & sexuality education gaps between educators, teens, parents & community. Anti-porn, whole-person centred sexuality education approach.