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Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse

Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Before It Begins

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Oak Foundation Grant

Johns Hopkins Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse Receives $10.3 Million Grant for Global Prevention Program.

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COVID-19 Parents Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

COVID-19 Parents Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

Resources for Parents and Children to Prevent Abuse During the COVID-19 Outbreak

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Help Wanted

Help Wanted

Skills and tools necessary for adolescents and young adults with an attraction to children to live safe, healthy, and non-offending lives.

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COVID-19 CSA Prevention

COVID-19 CSA Prevention

Resources for People Concerned About Their Own Sexual Thoughts and Behavior During the COVID-19 Outbreak

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SAVE THE DATE

Virtual Conference  April 27-29, 2021

New year, new conference. And we are going virtual! This year, the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse will focus on the importance of collaboration. By working in partnership with others, we make a bigger impact in the prevention of child sexual abuse. For that reason, the Moore Center 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. Please visit our symposium page for updated information and registration. 

 

Since launching in 2012, the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse has made incredible progress toward the prevention of child sexual abuse. We work to create change through our efforts in research, education, communication, advocacy, and policy. We work to change the way the world thinks about child sexual abuse, from inevitable to preventable. We work to change the way world thinks about prevention, to understand that perpetration prevention is a necessary element of a comprehensive approach to child sexual abuse. We work to grow the human and the capital resources necessary to continue and expand these efforts.  

Please see our annual report for more information on our work.