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    Bright Futures QLD Forum 2024

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    Bright Futures Forums bring strategic leaders and high-level stakeholders together to engage in best-practice conversations.

    Join our one-day state and territory-specific forums that fosters cross-jurisdictional, cross-sector, and cross-agency collaboration by exploring policy and orgnisational level approaches.

    All Bright Futures forums can be attended in person or online and are open to senior managers, clinical leads, department heads, and frontline workers interested in wider research.

    The theme for the Queensland Forum 2024 is Technology Facilitated Child Sexual Abuse: what’s the problem and how are we responding?

    QLD Forum Agenda

    09:00 – 09.30      Arrival and Registration

    09:30 – 09.40       Welcome to Country                                   

    Aunty Christine, Bula Yabun

    09:40 – 09.55              Introduction to Bright Futures

    Beth McNamara, National Education Manager, Daniel Morcombe Foundation

    09:55 – 11.05              Exploring the role of technology and online domains in facilitating child sexual abuse
    Dr Timothy Cubitt, Acting Research Manager, Australian Institute of Criminology’s Online Sexual Exploitation of Children Research Program
                                        

    Dr Heather Wolbers, Senior Research Analyst, Australian Institute of Criminology

    Michael Cahill, Research Analyst, Australian Institute of Criminology

    11:05 – 11:30              Morning tea

    11:30 – 11:45             A global response to online child sexual exploitation and abuse

    Ashley Katz, Director, Child Protection International Partnerships, National Office for Child Safety (NOCS)

    11:45 – 12:15                  Stymie: an early intervention initiative challenging social norms of staying silent on sexual violence
    Rachel Downie, Founder and Director, Stymie

    12:15 – 12:45                  Child Sexual Abuse and Media Literacy as Primary Prevention
    Associate Professor Lesley-Anne Ey, University of Adelaide

    12:45 – 13:30                 Lunch

    13:30 – 14:15              Panel Discussion

    Dr Timothy Cubitt, Acting Research Manager, Australian Institute of Criminology Rachel Downie, Founder and Director, Stymie

    Associate Professor Lesley-Anne Ey, University of Adelaide

    Sheryl Batchelor, CEO, Yiliyapinya Indigenous Corporation

    14:15 - 14:30               Communities of Practice / Forum Close


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