A toolkit to help adults have preventative conversations about child sexual abuse with children and young people, other adults and organisations.
You might not be an expert in the topic but no one knows the kids in your life better than you do. You are the right person to have conversations with children and young people you know about child sexual abuse.
It’s also important to talk to other adults around you. These conversations might feel uncomfortable at first, but they are important. Every conversation helps prevent child sexual abuse.
This ‘conversation toolkit’ is designed to help adults start having preventative conversations about child sexual abuse with children and young people, other adults, and with organisations.
Getting ready to have conversations
Key information about child sexual abuse, such as who experiences it and where it can occur, to help you understand your role in protecting children and young people and dispel myths and misconceptions.