Under vecka 40 arrangerar Unizon riksdagsseminarium, föreläsningar, kunskapshöjande event och höstens viktigaste föräldramöte för att stoppa porrens skadeverkningar på barn och unga #enveckafrifranporr
Världsledande internationella experterna
Gail Dines, professor emerita Wheelock College, Boston, USA,
John Carr, Secretary of the UK Children’s Charities’ Coalition on Internet Safety
Murray Perkins , Head of the Digital Economy Act at the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC)
Liz Walker, Director of Health Education, Culture Reframed
Samantha Wechsler, Interim Executive Director, Culture Reframed
deltar på event och föreläser för att höja kunskapsnivån om porrens skadeverkningar och hur vi tillsammans tar nästa steg avgörande steg för jämställdhet och barns rättigheter!
Flera aktiviteter är öppna för allmänheten!
Måndag 1 oktober
Rundabordssamtal How to prevent children from harms of pornography, personlig inbjudan
Tisdag 2 oktober
Riksdagsseminarium: Åldersgräns, trygga miljöer och kritiska samtal - så rustar vi barn och unga mot sexuellt våld online
Var: Riksdagshuset Östra, Norrbro 1
Obligatorisk anmälan till: email@example.com senast 27:e september.
Arr: Socialdemokraterna och Unizon.
Läs mer här!
onsdag 3 oktober
Ett mingel fritt från porr, personlig inbjudan
Torsdag 4 oktober
Workshop – Att prata porr med barn och unga, personlig inbjudan
Press och intervjuförfrågningar:
Pressekreterare Nina Ljungberg, firstname.lastname@example.org 073 924 34 92
Dr. Gail Dines is a Professor Emerita of sociology and women’s studies at Wheelock College in Boston. She is the author of numerous books and articles, and her latest book, Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality, has been translated into five languages. Dr Dines is the founding president of the NGO, Culture Reframed. Dedicated to building resilience and resistance in children and youth to the harms of a hypersexualized and pornified society, Culture Reframed develops cutting-edge educational programs that promote healthy development, relationships, and sexuality. Dr. Dines is an internationally known speaker and consultant to governmental bodies here and abroad.
John Carr, OBE is Secretary of the UK Children’s Charities’ Coalition on Internet Safety, a consortium of the UK’s largest child welfare and child protection organisations. He sits on the Executive Board of UKCCIS, the British Government’s principal coordinating body for online child safety matters. John acts as adviser to the European NGO Alliance for Child Safety Online, run by Save the Children Italy and the global NGO ECPAT International, based in Bangkok. He has been an adviser to the United Nations (ITU) and the EU. He is a Senior Visiting Fellow at the LSE and has many publications to his name. John is also a member of the Children’s Viewing Panel of the British Board of Film Classiification
Murray Perkins is Head of the Digital Economy Act at the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) and is responsible for managing the implementation of the requirements of the new law requiring age-verification on online commercial pornographic services. He joined the BBFC as a Film and Video Examiner in 2000 and was Senior Examiner responsible for the 18 and R18 categories from 2005, regularly consulting with the Metropolitan police and Crown Prosecution Service on issues relating to pornography, and advising the UK’s adult industry on regulations. Prior to coming to the UK, Murray worked for New Zealand’s Office of Film and Literature Classification.
Liz Walker is a sexuality & pornography educator and advocate. In addition to her role as Managing Director of Youth Wellbeing Project, Liz is also Director of Health Education at Culture Reframed, solving the public health crisis of the digital age, and Chair of eChildhood, an Australian health promotion charity dedicated to reducing the harmful effects of pornography on children. Wellconnected internationally, Liz regularly provides consultancy to government, non-profit, and professional organizations. Educators throughout Australia and internationally utilise the Youth Wellbeing Project IQ programs, authored by Liz and her team. The IQ programs are an integrated educational initiative to safeguard young people in the wake of an increasingly exploitative and hypersexualised culture.
Samantha Wechsler joined Culture Reframed as its Interim Executive Director in June 2016. Sam specializes in executive coaching, program and curriculum development, group facilitation and training, leadership and personal development, fundraising, and board effectiveness. Sam also designs and facilitates participatory trainings and workshops that engage people in conversations about difficult topics, helping participants to develop a deeper sense of themselves and their role in social change efforts. Much of Samantha’s career has been devoted to creating, improving, and expanding programming for children and youth. Founder and director of Voces de Cambio (Voices of Change), Guatemala, an all-girls after-school program that uses creative express.