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July 10, 2023

In the lead-up to the FIFA Women’s World Cup, It’s A Penalty launched their 2023 #KeepKidsSafe Campaign to help raise awareness of child abuse and exploitation, especially in a sporting context.

In support of this campaign, ICMEC Australia hosted the It’s a Penalty #KeepKidsSafe Launch event on 6th July 2023. The event featured an expert panel discussing the challenges our society faces navigating our response to child sexual exploitation online, in businesses in our communities.

Our special guest speakers discussed how this issue is prevalent in so many different areas of our lives, and what we can all do to help keep children safe. Find the recording of the event below.

Visit the It’s A Penalty website to find our more about their meaningful work, and the #KeepKidsSafe campaign.

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