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Pornography Impacts Forum

Pornography Impacts Forum

When:

  • Thu 3 Aug, 8:30am – 5:00pm

Where:

CQ Conference & Function Centre, 223 Cuba Street, Wellington Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

Pornography is now the most prominent sexuality educator for most young people.

Pornography is a big issue that is being hotly debated by our communities and whatever your position on pornography, the evidence suggests that it is having a significant impact on young people and their perceptions/behaviours around relationships.

This National Conference will bring together young people, thought leaders, youth workers, counsellors, teachers and those who work with our young people to gain a fuller understanding of what these impacts are, the consequences on the lives of young people and their whanau, and how we can better support our young people in this digital world where explicit sexual content is a click away.

This forum will also aim to build awareness and examine responses that have proven successful in addressing sexual violence and the impacts of pornography amongst young people while nurturing a cross-sector interest and commitment to developing appropriate policy and practice responses.

Who should attend:
This thought-provoking conference is ideal for policy developers within government and community organisations, as well as youth workers, secondary school teachers, health professionals, Police, and those working in the sexual violence area.

Be inspired by the following presenters:
- Dr Michael Flood, Associate Professor, Queensland University of Technology
- Riki Nofo’akifolau, The Village Collective
- Dr Darren Powell, University of Auckland
- Prof Nicola Gavey, The University of Auckland
- Maree Crabbe, Coordinator of the violence prevention project, Reality & Risk: Pornography, young people and sexuality
- Prof Katie Fitzpatrick, University of Auckland

Included in the booking:
- Attendance to the Forum and workshop session
- Welcoming coffee/tea, morning and afternoon tea, and lunch
- Networking opportunities
- Inspiration!

You may pay by credit card or by invoice. If you have any issues or questions about your booking, please contact Faye Johnson on 06 878 3456 or Email: faye@grow.co.nz

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