The first annual CEASE (Centre to End All Sexual Exploitation) Conference takes place in London on 14 November 2018. The conference will provide a platform for expert speakers to paint an in-depth picture of everything from sex trafficking, prostitution, pornography, to grooming, child sexual exploitation and the sex trade industry in Britain today.
Naomi Miles, co-founder and organiser of the event says: “Our aim is to expose the connections between different aspects of sexual exploitation, which all inextricably feed into each other. It will give an overview of the main challenges in the UK at present, exploring potential new collaborative approaches that will instigate real change to the political and cultural landscape of Britain.”
The event is non-partisan, spanning political, social and religious differences and bringing together an unlikely alliance of organisations, from radical feminist and Violence Against Women campaigners to educators, anti-trafficking groups and those providing front-line services to survivors of sexual exploitation, rape and abuse. As well as being open to all those working within this space, the event also welcomes anyone with an interest in hearing the experience and expertise of speakers at the front line of this battle.
Booking information at www.ceaseuk.org