2017 GLOBAL ONLINE CONFERENCE
ON SEXUAL VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN
This is the home of a state of the art conference on sexual violence against children with an evidence-informed, equity-lens.
On 18 - 21 Sept 2017, Proteknon released12 pre-recorded presentations that examine sexual violence against children according to a set theme or track. These tracks included: disability, boys, emerging trends and systems building. Presentations were prepared by fellow child protection practitioners and academics.
These 12 presentations were also complimented by
daily LIVE Q&As with featured presenters.
List of Presentations
Track 1: Sexual Violence and Disability
Addressing age, gender and disability as dynamic factors of vulnerability in the prevention and response to sexual violence against children in Kenya, Rwanda and Burundi"
by Nidhi Kapur
in South African townships"
by Dr. Jean Elphick
Zulu-speaking disabled young peoples’ constructs of heterosexual relationships in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa"
by Dr. Paul Chappell
Track 2: Sexual Violence and Boys
Tentative findings from a scoping study"
by Camilla Jones
Survival sex & sexual exploitation of Children on the Move in Greece"
by Suhail Abualsameed
by Rabia Gungor
Track 3: Sexual Violence and Emerging Trends
by Huda Ghalegolabi
from Nigeria to Europe"
by Dr. Ana Dols García
Iran (boys and girls seven to nine years old)"
by Nazanin Einolyaghin
Track 4: Sexual Violence and Systems Building
by Dr. Laurene Graziani
by Professor Susan Kreston
tracking child protection expenditures"
by Bob Muchabaiwa
Proteknôn is derived from two Greek words: "in front of" and "child". As our name implies, we are senior child protection researchers and practitioners, focused on what children are facing, especially as it relates to their care, protection and wellbeing. In order to do this, we are committed to learning from and with girls and boys, of all ages, backgrounds and capacities.
For more information: www.proteknon.org