CESE Online Summit Speaker Application


Invitations are made on a rolling basis.


For months, we have been planning for this year’s Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE) Global Summit. This is the linchpin annual event for the worldwide movement to end all forms of sexual exploitation, and every year it is a source that springs forth new partnerships, projects, and victories. 

However, as you know, due to concerns about the Coronavirus the timeline for the reinstating of national and international travel and major events is still uncertain. So out of an abundance of caution for attendee wellbeing, we are canceling the in-person CESE Global Summit. This may surprise you, because the Summit wasn’t scheduled until July. But historically, this is the timeframe when most attendees decide to buy their tickets and begin arranging travel and since there is so much uncertainty (and because the Summit is a significant financial commitment from our organization) we do not think it’s a wise use of resources for such an uncertain outcome. 


You can still learn from the top experts, and participate in interactive working groups, this July 18-28. Over these 10 days you will have the opportunity to learn from 100 presenters from 25+ countries. We expect at least 10,000 attendees!


We seek to eradicate the full spectrum of sexual exploitation. Therefore, presentations addressing issues pertaining to pornography, stripping, massage parlors, prostitution, sex trafficking, child sexual exploitation (boys and girls), sexual assault and rape, cyber sexual abuse, sex addiction, etc. are all welcome.

The in-person Summit audience is comprised of approximately 85% individuals who are already working to end exploitation and about 15% concerned, but fairly educated citizens who want to learn more and get involved.  The last five Summits were tremendously successful at getting leaders from varying cultural, religious, political, and professional disciplines to join together to collaborate on these issues. Our number one goal is to facilitate more such cross-boundary understanding and cohesion through this and future Summits, as well as the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation.


  • Intermediate or advanced presentations only. Please suggest workshops that are helpful for other educated leaders to know and understand. How can your efforts benefit from your proposed message?
  • Proven track record of success and expertise in these fields. Relatively new programs and strategies that haven’t yet demonstrated success will not be presented at the CESE Summit.
  • By presenting at the CESE Global Summit, you agree to have your presentation filmed and made available to the public. If you are not comfortable with this, please do not apply.
  • Acknowledgment of the Guiding Values for the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation.

More event details at EndExploitationSummit.com


2020 CESE ONLINE Summit Speaker Application

Please make sure you have reviewed the entire application and have all materials ready to input as you cannot save the application and finish later.
  • Please add credentials at the end of your last name as you would want them to appear in Summit documents. Example: Smith, Ph.D. or Jones, MSW
  • Format: @name This is so we can help promote you/your organization before and during the Summit.
  • Format @name
  • For your organization if applicable. We will connect it on your workshop's webpage.
  • If you want to provide a link to a bookstore or publishers link, do so here. If you are selected to present, we can add it to your workshop webpage to help promote your material.
  • If possible, please provide a link to video presentations you have given elsewhere.
  • Please provide a brief bio, not more than 200 words. This bio should focus on your current employment/assignment and professional responsibilities/activities. A listing of all your previous assignments, professional accomplishments, etc. is not necessary.
  • This is shown on the webpage hosting your workshop right under your name and title/org. This should be a shorter sentence or two that sells your credentials/expertise. Think of it as your elevator pitch if you only have 10 seconds to introduce yourself.
  • No more than 15 words.
  • Please provide a brief description of your proposed presentation. Co‐presenters should confer and agree on the workshop title and description before submitting this information.
  • Bio cannot be longer than 200 words.
  • If you have an advanced degree please also provide three objectives for your workshop to be submitted in our application for CEUs and credit hours.
  • Why will the audience, made up mostly of leaders in the end exploitation movement, benefit from this presentation?
  • Which best describes where your presentation fits?
  • If you would like to apply for another topic or 2nd workshop. No more than 15 words.
  • If you would like to be considered for another or 2nd presentation, please fill this out. Please provide a brief description of your proposed presentation. Co‐presenters should confer and agree on the workshop title and description before submitting this information.
  • Please provide a high-quality headshot that could be used on the Summit website and program. Make sure that the file uploaded includes your first and last name.

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