NCOSE has a proven track record of changing corporate and government policies that previously facilitated sexual exploitation.
With 61 press statements, 69 TV and radio interviews and an average of 15 mentions in print media each week in 2017, NCOSE is doing its part to shape culture and public opinion.
In 2017 NCOSE hosted 18 events, published 130 new resources for the public and non-profits, and spoke at 59 events around America, as well as in Italy, Hungary, Croatia, Canada, and Antigua.
300+ organizations are members of NCOSE’s Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation. In 2017, this Coalition ran a social media campaign that reached more than 1 million people and hosted a historic Symposium on the sexual exploitation of males.
29,898 individuals took 133,684 actions against sexual exploitation in 2017 through NCOSE’s innovative online advocacy campaigns.
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