Day 3 of the CESE Summit

Welcome to Day #3 of the #CESESummit!

Let me know how it’s going so far by text, audio, or video right here. 

You can still register for the Summit and participate for free. Do that here!

Technology doesn’t have to be confusing or dangerous. That’s why the National Center on Sexual Exploitation is honored to award software company Canopy with the 2021 Technology Solutions Award, for their innovative filtering software that scans and stops inappropriate content in real time. This tool is a huge help for parents, but is also being used by governments and corporations in groundbreaking ways!

Use code CESE to get 30 days free and 15% off forever at today!

The EU Must Priorotize Protecting Children OnlineDismantle Pornhub: Take apart this corporation and its infrastructure.

Your voice matters. Your story matters. 

It can be a restorative and liberating process to share experiences of sexual exploitation or harm, or often it’s useful to focus on personal healing or solutions that arise from your lived experiences.  

This is a place for those who want to express their story. 

All are welcome to share. 


We can connect with each other personally despite being virtual. Check out the Meetups section of the app! Go to Community → Meetups right at the top.  

Have you participated yet in a speed networking session? Meet 3 other random folks for a 10-min chat and then get shuffled to a new group, every evening at 8pm ET and most days at Noon ET. 

Children are being hypersexualized in what used to be a safe place—the dance studio.

Nothing will change until parents and concerned adults demand it.

Connect with DA:NCE at this year’s Summit to learn about all of the powerful resources they’ve put in place to help reach parents, dance educators, and dance studios in your community and raise awareness to end the hypersexualization of children in dance.

Register to receive their newsletter (sent 3 times a year) and you’ll be entered to win a Starbucks gift card!

7:00am | Rejuvenation (available for 24 hours)

🧘🏽‍♀️ Yoga🕊 Meditation🙏 Spiritual devotional🎶 Music
Yoga for Stress Relief  – Tina Harris, Unite Yoga (USA)Release Anxiety – Tina Harris, Unite Yoga (USA)Message – Rabbi Arnold E. Resnicoff#StandUp – Landon Starbuck, Freedom Forever
🗣 Spoken Word📣 Action🎥 Film
Life of a Black Girl – Scar Lucas, Advocate for Children (USA)Reddit is a hub of exploitation – Lina Nealon, National Center on Sexual Exploitation (USA)Am I Crazy? My Journey to Determine if My Memories are True – Mary Knight, Mary Knight Productions (USA)

7:00am | ON-DEMAND WORKSHOPS (available for 24 hours) 


The following sessions are hosted by CESE Summit Sponsor, the Leadership Institute. You will be directed to their platform to participate in these sessions.

12:00–12:30pm | Speed Networking 

To Join the Speed Networking, go to Agenda area of the Whova App, click on speed networking in the navigation. Direct link if accessing on your desktop.

3:00–3:45PM | Meetups

  • Talk to Lawyer 
  • Taking Care of the Caregivers 
  • Corporate Accountability & Partnerships 
  • Social Media Strategies 
  • Press Strategies 
  • Messaging on Pornography 
  • Sex Buyer Accountability in the Law 

* Find more at other times or schedule your own in the Whova app.

8:00–8:30pm | Speed Networking 

To Join the Speed Networking, go to Agenda area of the Whova App, click on speed networking in the navigation. Direct link if accessing on your desktop

Quick Links

Desktop Version of Whova


Action Center 

CESE Guiding Values 

Getting Started 

Code of Conduct 

More questions? Email [email protected]

The Numbers


NCOSE leads the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation with over 300 member organizations.


The National Center on Sexual Exploitation has had over 100 policy victories since 2010. Each victory promotes human dignity above exploitation.


NCOSE’s activism campaigns and victories have made headlines around the globe. Averaging 93 mentions per week by media outlets and shows such as Today, CNN, The New York Times, BBC News, USA Today, Fox News and more.



Survivor Lawsuit Against Twitter Moves to Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

Survivors’ $12.7M Victory Over Explicit Website a Beacon of Hope for Other Survivors

Instagram Makes Positive Safety Changes via Improved Reporting and Direct Message Tools

Sharing experiences may be a restorative and liberating process. This is a place for those who want to express their story.

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