You’re busy. You’ve got bills to pay, and places to be.
Why then, should attend our Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE) Summit?
1) You care about these issues, but there’s still so much to learn.
At the CESE Summit, you can learn about the latest messaging, research, innovations on issues of pornography, sex trafficking, prostitution, child sexual abuse, sexual violence, sexualized media, and more. Knowledge is power, and it’s vital for us to unite around the best information in order to make our movement effective.
2) You read our emails, but there’s still so much more you can do.
Attending the CESE Summit means that you will meet the true game-changers in the movement to end sexual exploitation. Unlike other events where a velvet rope restricts you from the experts giving presentations, at the CESE Summit we are all on the same playing field, and you are able to make valuable connections and get equipped to take actions in your local area.
Countless victories, from Utah declaring pornography a public health crisis to convincing grocery stores to cover Cosmopolitan magazine, have been accomplished because of a well-informed individual in the local community.
Whether you are looking for ways to protect your family, educate your friends, or take action against a form of sexual exploitation near you, this is the event to attend.
3) You might feel alone, but you’re not.
When we talk about our “movement” we aren’t exaggerating!
There is a growing number of concerned citizens, and activists, who refuse to sit back while pornography, sexual assault, and sexualized media saturate our culture. Faith leaders, academic experts, parents, law enforcement officials, recovery programs, members of the community, and public advocates meet together at this Summit to share resources and victories.
Come to the CESE Summit, and you will see that you are part of a vibrant community!
This year the CESE Summit will be held Sept. 29-Oct.1, in Houston, Texas. Visit the CESE Summit webpage to learn more, and to register: http://endexploitationmovement.com/summit-2016/