Working with the Media
to End Child Sexual Abuse Media plays a powerful role in the public and policy leaders understanding of the problem and of potential solutions. Studies related to the coverage of child sexual abuse and its prevention from both Berkley Media Studies Group and Frameworks Institute will be discussed along with the implications for prevention strategies.This session is a must see for anyone who is frustrated with the way the media portrays child sexual abuse and wants to know how we can do this differently.
Thurs., June 7, 2012This ninety-minute (90 min) session will start at 2 PM Eastern Standard (1 PM Central, Noon Mountain, 11 AM Pacific, 10 AM Alaska, 8 AM Hawai’i).
Please register as these sessions fill quickly.
What is a Web Conference? A web conference is an opportunity to attend an online workshop by watching a presentation on your computer screen (using your internet connection) and hearing presenters through your telephone. Prevent Connect web conferences feature an opportunity to participate in online question & answer sessions and live text chat between participants. If for some reason you are unable to join on your computer, you can download the presentation slides from our website and listen on your phone.
Real-Time Captioning Available: Instructions for accessing captioning during this web conference will be provided with your registration confirmation.
Compatibility: The iLinc web conference software used by Prevent Connect is compatible with both Microsoft® Windows® and Apple® Macintosh® computers. Click here for detailed system requirements.
Goals of the web conference series
1. Raise the visibility and level of dialogue about child sexual abuse within the larger prevention community.
2. Build new communities that care deeply about this issue and engage them in the movement to end child sexual abuse.
3. Increase the level of knowledge, resources and strategic action aimed at ending child sexual abuse.
Ending Child Sexual Abuse Web Conference Series is collaborative project of the Ms. Foundation for Women and PreventConnect (a national project of the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault [CALCASA]). The views and information provided in in this web conference do not necessarily represent the official views of the Ms. Foundation or CALCASA.