Join FWI at South African Summit to End Sexual Exploitation Next Week!

Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to receive a full day of training from our very own Family Watch team of experts!


This is the first time FWI has ever extended a public invitation to a full-day training at no cost to participants. You can participate in our training online or in person in Pretoria, South Africa next week on Thursday, September 22, the third day of this very important Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Africa Summit.


Learn more about the Summit including FWI’s exclusive training opportunity here.


Register here. (Please note all days and times are South Africa Standard time.)


Family Watch is pleased to be a co-sponsor of the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE) Africa Summit held September 20-22, 2022.


The full three-day Summit will bring together an influential and diverse group of speakers from across the world who will share their expert knowledge and experiences to address sexual exploitation and abuse on the African continent.


Join us in-person or online for timely information and important discussions on the following topics:


  • Online sexual exploitation and pornography
  • Prostitution
  • Sex trafficking
  • Child sexual abuse and exploitation
  • Child “sexualization” education


In addition to many internationally recognized speakers, I will serve as a keynote speaker at the Summit. Several key FWI staff members from the U.S. and Africa will join me at the conference and provide expert presentations at our very special one-day training.


The theme of FWI’s advocacy training seminar on Thursday the 22nd is “Protecting Children from Premature Sexualization and Sexual Exploitation.”


Our Family Watch International team will provide in-depth trainings on topics such as the case against pornography, exposing and counteracting the Comprehensive Sexuality Education agenda, the United Nations (UN) human rights agenda and more!


Annie Franklin, FWI’s Director of International Activities, will also share experiences from the frontlines and teach participants how to effectively advocate for pro-family policies at the UN. Our Family Watch Africa team leaders will focus on child protection advocacy specific to the African continent, revealing current threats and opportunities to counteract them.


We are grateful for our collaboration with the Bureau of Market Research at the University of South Africa, as well as the close partnership with our long-time colleagues at the International Center on Sexual Exploitation (ICOSE) for the opportunity to bring our knowledge and expertise to South Africa with this conference.


Even if you are unable to attend the full summit, please take advantage of FWI’s training day on Thursday, September 22 by registering for the full summit here.


Again, don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear from internationally renowned experts and receive a full day of training!


We hope you can join us!