Moore Center Annual Symposium 2021
Child Sexual Abuse:
A Public Health Perspective Annual Symposium & IGNITE 2021 Conference
A collaboration with Darkness to Light
April 27-29, 2021
The focus of this year's virtual conference is collaboration. By working together, we make a bigger impact in the prevention of child sexual abuse.
For that reason, the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse and Darkness to Light are teaming up to offer their annual prevention events, Child Sexual Abuse: A Public Health Perspective and IGNITE 2021, presented by the Monique Burr Foundation for Children (MBF), in a single virtual event. This collaboration will expand the event to three days - bringing you even more expertise, content, and training.
Moore Center attendees will be offered free access to keynote presentations, special group presentations, receptions, and select breakout sessions.
Speakers will include a diverse group of international foundations, experts, and survivors, to share their unique perspectives and important considerations as we work to prevent child sexual abuse.
Please check back soon for more information, schedule updates and newly confirmed speakers.
Since 2012, the Moore Center has hosted the Child Sexual Abuse: A Public Health Perspective symposium. This event brings together professionals, advocates, researchers in the field of child sexual abuse prevention, in addition to survivors, journalists, and faculty and staff from the Bloomberg School of Public Health and other academic institutions.