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Counter Child Trafficking: Global Online Conference

The Global Online Counter Child Trafficking Conference which concluded on 18th October brought together the global Counter Child Trafficking community to connect, share and learn from what works on the frontline in a free and accessible format through the use of technology. Videos from the conference are now available online.

The Conference continues - just view or subscribe to the NoChildHarmed YouTube channel  where you will be able to view any sessions you may have missed due to time zone differences or any other reason.

Please note that there were a few sessions that we were not able to make available due to the nature and sensitivity of the content. 

What next?

A post-event report around the outcomes, findings and recommendations from the Conference is currently being compiled.  

The final report will be launched on 5th December at an event in London, but will be made available throughout networks.  In the meantime there will be many more smaller online events and workshops.

If you are interested in contributing to this work through submitting a blog post or article, or you want to contact the organisers6 about delivering an online session or larger event

Email: info@counterchildtrafficking.org

or visit the website:  Conference Website

or join the conversation on Twitter  and Facebook

 


  • 44 webinars
  • 3 consecutive days
  • Across time zones
  • No travel necessary
  • Free to participate
  • An English-language programme that represents a wide range of subjects related to best practices to end child trafficking and related forms exploitation, as well as care and support services for survivors.

Target audience:

Frontline practitioners, clinicians and other professionals, students or volunteers involved in running, developing or leading the delivery of support services; whether they be working on the frontline or in the back office, devising or implementing policy, leading on Public or Child Protection, in Central or Local Government, Health Services, Education or Law Enforcement.

How it works:

An English language programme aimed at promoting and sharing collaborative frontline practice Register your details only once Check the Agenda Remember which sessions you want to join On the day of the session, come back to the website and click on the session to enter the virtual meeting room Listen in and join in the online discussions Access the whole event via your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone

For more information visit the official conference website: http://counterchildtrafficking.org/

 

 

Source: http://counterchildtrafficking.org/

Tags: child trafficking, online conference, webinar, child exploitation, child protection, policy development
Published Aug. 29, 2013 2:19 PM - Last modified Nov. 7, 2013 12:37 PM