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ReDirection International Expert Webinar 2023

Updated: Sep 4, 2023


Protect Children is excited to announce the third ReDirection International Expert Webinar. The event will take place online on 4 September 2023 at 15:00 CET. We will hear from international experts on the latest developments in research and prevention of online sexual violence against children. All professionals in the field are welcome to register to join the discussion and hear global expert speakers. Registration is mandatory.

ReDirection International Expert Webinar Preventing Online Sexual Violence Against Children

4 September 2023 15:00 CET

Registration is now closed.

The ReDirection Webinar program:





Nina-Vaaranen-Valkonen, Executive Director, Senior Specialist Psychotherapist

Protect Children



Miguel Garcia Egido, Grant Management Specialist/ Marija Manojlovic, Safe Online Lead

End Violence

​Welcome word from the ReDirection project funder


Tegan Insoll, Head of Research, Specialist

Valeriia Soloveva, Junior Specialist

Protect Children

The ReDirection project updates


Antonio Labrador Jimenez, Team Leader, Fight Against Child Sexual Abuse at the Directorate General for Migration and Home Affairs of the European Commission

European Commission

The Fight Against Child Sexual Abuse​:

Prevention of CSA


Dr Madeleine van der Bruggen, Senior Researcher

National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children

Early detection: How to identify and support offenders in order to prevent future child sexual abuse?


Katarzyna Staciwa, Team Leader, Research, Development and Innovation, Department for Reacting to Illegal Content on the Internet

​NASK – National Research Institute

The Metaverse, Online Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse of Children – a new challenge for today’s global society?


Dr Sarah Napier, Research Manager, Online Sexual Exploitation of Children Research Program

Australian Institute of Criminology

Live Streaming of Child Sexual Abuse and its Overlap with Other Forms of Contact and Non-Contact Abuse


Simon Bailey, CBE, QPM, DL, Chair of the PIER

Policing Institute for the Eastern Region,

Failed Experiment, the Argument for Effective Offender Engagement and Rehabilitation


Nina-Vaaranen-Valkonen, Executive Director, Senior Specialist Psychotherapist

Protect Children

Conclusion & Thank you



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