'#NoMoreCSEFilms': a new approach to educating children about online safety
Schedule & Registration
Postponed until further notice
#NoMoreCSEFilms was a campaign run by VictimFocus arguing against films depicting the rape and abuse of children being used to by professionals. The first part of this webinar will be a discussion of the findings from the campaign and related report.
In the months that followed, many practitioners wrote to VictimFocus to ask for advice and guidance about alternatives to CSE films. The second part of this webinar will provide practical advice and alternatives to the use of CSE films in practice: both in one-to-one work and in school work with large groups of children.
Further resources to support the use of these alternatives will also be made available.
This webinar is suitable for those working in awareness raising and communications, and those working directly with children and victims.
Dr Jessica Taylor (FRSA, PhD) is the founder and owner of VictimFocus, the VictimFocus Blog and The VictimFocus Academy. VictimFocus is provides research, consultancy, writing and speaking in forensic psychology, feminism and mental health.
In 2018, Jessica developed and launched the VictimFocus Charter to encourage all professionals to challenge and reduce victim blaming in their practice. Jessica has a PhD in Psychology in which she specialised in the psychology of victim blaming and self-blame of women who have been subjected to sexual violence and abuse.
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This webinar is suitable for those working in awareness raising and communications, and those working directly with children and victims.'