Beyond the Breakthrough: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse in the Classroom

RALIANCE is excited to join many of our impact grantees at this year’s 2019 National Sexual AssaultConference (NSAC), which is focused on cementing the progress made by the #MeToo movement—and taking it even further. One of our former grantees, the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, does work that has been instrumental in looking at how we intervene before harm occurs and offer support to change behavior, especially among young people. 

Amanda Ruzicka, Director of Research Operations at the Center, sat down with RALIANCE to discuss her NSAC workshop on a new prevention intervention aimed at providing middle school students and their caregivers with knowledge, skills and tools to avoid sexual behavior with younger children.

Read the full blog featured on Ms Magazine as well as all the Beyond the Breakthrough blogs as part of #NSAC2019!

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