Preventing and reporting online child sexual abuse: participate in a free workshop in Vienna

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Within the LEAGUE project we are currently identifying psychologists, social workers/educators and law enforcement officers willing to take part in a free workshop on identification, prevention and support strategies for child victims of online sexual abuse. The LEAGUE project aims to prevent online sexual abuse of children through the implementation of national and international training programs dedicated to strengthening the skills and increasing the knowledge of key figures working with and for children.

The training to be held in Vienna on 16/02/2023 will be attended by 30 people representing the above-mentioned figures with the aim of fostering the exchange of good practice, stimulating peer learning and promoting international networking to map trends and strategies for identifying, preventing and supporting minors that are victims of online abuse.

The project will cover travel expenses and accommodation for one night in Vienna.

Requirements for participation

  • Knowledge of the English language.
  • Belong to one of the following professions: psychologist, social workes/educator, law enforcement.

To ask further questions please contact cristina.idonebefecadu@cesie.org

About the project

LEAGUE – Limiting online sexual Exploitation and Abuse Gender based on Underaged boys by Educating experts is a project financed by the Ersamus+ program, Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers – CERV-2021-DAPHNE.

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For further information

Read more about LEAGUE, visit the project website https://project-league.eu/ and follow us on FacebookInstagramLinkedIn and Twitter.

Contact Cristina Idone Befecadu: cristina.idonebefecadu@cesie.org

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