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Wed, Jun 02

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A conversation with ECPAT: How to talk to children about difficult topics like sex abuse online?

Meet Isabella Kim, senior advisor and lawyer, and Linda Wijkström, business manager and project leader at ECPAT, for a presentation regarding their work at ECPAT an organization which runs a helpline for children and teens for them to reach out for support and help.

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A conversation with ECPAT: How to talk to children about difficult topics like sex abuse online?
A conversation with ECPAT: How to talk to children about difficult topics like sex abuse online?

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Jun 02, 2021, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM GMT+2

Location is TBD

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About the event

Difficult topics of conversation? ECPAT Sweden gives you useful tools!

ECPAT Sweden is a children's rights organization that works against the sexual exploitation of children. Our client is each individual child and our mission is to prevent children from being subjected to sexual exploitation.

We know that most of the parents find it hard to talk with their children regarding things that can happen on the internet.

You may be wondering at what age it is best to talk about this? You may feel insecure about what your children do online? Or have other questions? During the seminar, ECPAT Sweden will give you tips that you hopefully will find useful in the conversation with your child.

Meet Isabella Kim, senior advisor and lawyer, and Linda Wijkström, business manager and project leader at ECPAT, for a presentation regarding their work. 

ECPAT runs a helpline for children and young people under the ages which they can turn to for support and help. During the autumn, the organization will also start a helpline for parents.

Welcome! 

Ewa Borin

IWIB's Philanthropy Coordinator

IWIB Team

Tickets

  • IWIB/SCC Members

    SEK 0.00
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  • Donation to ECPAT

    Thank you for supporting ECPAT which is the chosen organization by IWIB during 2021-2020. The fees collected from this event will be donated to ECPAT.

    SEK 150.00
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