Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month (CSAAM) April 2012 is here

Remember April 2011 on Twitter, Facebook and blogs? We talked about Child Sexual Abuse – the hows, the wheres and the whens. We were overwhelmed by the response it generated, humbled by the weight of the personal stories of despair and courage.

It’s that time of the year again and we’re going ahead with Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month – April 2012.

Do you have a story to tell?  Tips to share? A video, a link, an ebook? As a parent, as an adult, as a child? As before, we honour all requests for anonymity.

Bring your experience and your expertise to this awareness initiative via

  1. Blog posts with the logo (you can copy the image above), linkback to our blog, with the words “CSAAM April 2012” in the title
  2. Twitter posts or links to @CSAawareness, tagged “#CSAAM”
  3. FB notes linking to our Facebook page
  4. Emails to csa.awareness.april@gmail.com
  5. Or just simply show support by displaying the Picsquare badge on your site/page/profile.

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This year, we hope to increase our focus and reach with our new CSAAM App and our sensitisation workshops. You’ll find both in our blog come April 2012.

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One Response to Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month (CSAAM) April 2012 is here

  1. Reema says:

    A great initiative!

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