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 – public@ncose.com or 202-393-7245.


Testimonies

Victories

These victories are made possible by Defender donors!

NCOSE’s Day on the Hill Leading to Legislative Progress and Victories!

For the last two years, the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Global Summit has included a “Day on the Hill” where leaders in the anti-exploitation movement descend on DC and visit every U.S. Congressional office with a message of abolition! The day begins with trainings on advocacy and public policy, then participants file onto buses……

Senate Hearing Uncovers Sexploitation in Apps and Social Media

Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE  Washington, DC – On July 9, The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing with twelve senators and a packed room on the topic of “Protecting Innocence in a Digital World” in order to talk about the predatory targeting, grooming, sex trafficking, hardcore pornography, and more that makes…

Montana Becomes 13th State to Recognize Public Health Harms of Porn

Montana just became the 13th state to pass a resolution recognizing the public health harms of pornography! Similar to tobacco in the 1950s, research & science have caught up with the harmful impacts of a pervasive industry. That is why the National Center on Sexual Exploitation authored the model resolution that formally recognizes the impacts…

Montana Becomes 15th State to Recognize Public Health Harms of Porn

Montana just became the 15th state to pass a resolution recognizing the public health harms of pornography! Similar to tobacco in the 1950s, research & science have caught up with the harmful impacts of a pervasive industry. That is why the National Center on Sexual Exploitation authored the model resolution that formally recognizes the impacts…

RECAP: Symposium Confronting the Rise of Child-on-Child Harmful Sexual Behavior

              See the Symposium Agenda Copy of Summary of Research reviewed by NCOSE by topic –download here Download copies of event and speaker handouts here.   The post RECAP: Symposium Confronting the Rise of Child-on-Child Harmful Sexual Behavior appeared first on National Center on Sexual Exploitation.