The Defender Program
A Defender is a proponent of creating a world free from Sexual Exploitation. A Defender is a pillar of unwavering support in the fight to oppose sexual exploitation and defend human dignity. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s Defenders are concerned individuals and families that contribute monthly to further the efforts of this mission.
Defenders receive regular, insider updates on the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s efforts as well as tools to help combat sexual exploitation in their own homes, schools, businesses, and communities. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation relies on our Defenders to plan sustainable attacks on the culture of sexploitation we are all mired in. Defenders are powerful champions of human dignity. Will you join? Will you defend?
For questions, or for help joining, contact Madison Darling, Director of Operations – email@example.com or 202-393-7245.
These victories are made possible by Defender donors!
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation recently endorsed and helped pass key legislation in Congress: the End National Defense (END) Network Abuse Act. The provision, authored by Senator Brain Schatz (D-HI) and cosponsored by Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), is included in the annual National Defense Authorization Act and is expected to be signed into law. …
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We at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation recently met with a top executive from Instagram! This occurred in December, after three anti-sexual exploitation organizations from three different countries–the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (United States), Collective Shout (Australia), and Defend Dignity (Canada)–launched a #WakeUpInstagram campaign to call on Instagram to improve its related policies and practices. As part of this…
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The fight to end sexual exploitation is massive and multifaceted, and 2019 has been a year filled with victories and building momentum that bodes well for the movement in 2020 and beyond. These powerful moments and momentum from 2019 would not have been possible without passionate advocates and allies being willing to join together to…
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Washington, D.C. – National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) has agreed to endorse the Children’s Online Privacy Act (2019) (S748/HR3900) introduced by Senators Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) and Josh Hawley (R-MO.). “In 1998, Congress passed the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). It was a significant step towards protecting the personal information of children online….
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Washington, DC – A resolution was introduced today by Representatives Mike Johnson (R-LA4) and Ben McAdams (D-UT4) to recognize the need for an independent app rating review board and for user-friendly parental controls. This resolution (H. Res. 721) is endorsed by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, a non-partisan nonprofit in Washington D.C. “Greater transparency…
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