Sydney Screening - Playground: the child sex trade in America

Sydney Screening - Playground: the child sex trade in America

No Child in Australia Should be Sold for Sex

An important film screening and conversation for the sector, parents, educators, social workers, philanthropy, law enforcement, policy makers, media and concerned citizens, featuring USA Film Director Libby Spears.

Commercial sexual exploitation of our children is not a third-world problem. It is happening here in first world countries.

Yes, here in Australia, in our own streets, in our own backyards Come join us to understand the issues, and how we can work together in prevention and early detection to safeguard our children.

This event is presented by The Nest Foundation and Sydney Law School. The event is free and open, but registration is requested by Sydney University.

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October 07, 2014 at 6pm - 8pm
The University of Sydney
273 Eastern Ave
Carslaw Lecture Theatre
Sydney, NSW
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Everyday our young people are exposed to more brands continuing to sexualise girls and objectify women. You can bring change to this sexploitation, stop companies from degrading women and prevent its devastating effects on young people.

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