Our speakers will be sharing their experiences, strategies and knowledge. Who are you going to watch?

Dr Alison Bisset

Associate Professor in International Human Rights Law | Director of Enterprise, School of Law, University of Reading

Sarah Blakemore

CEO, Keeping Children Safe

Robert Wm. Blum MD, MPH, PhD

Director - Professor, Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute - Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health

Dr. Najat Maalla M’jid

Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence Against Children, United Nations

Solomon Adewole

Council Member, USAID Digital Youth Council

María José Ananias

Arigatou International

Sylvain Bavi

National Alternative Care Coordinator, SOS Children's Villages Benin

Sergio Bersaglio

Executive Director, Villages of Hope Africa

Anna Boukydis

Child Rights Ambassador, Hintalovon Foundation

Hope Canada

Founder, The Metamorphosis Initiative

Kamala Chaudhary

Shree Janachetana Women’s saving and credit cooperative

Balkumari Chaudhary

Assistance Women Development Supervisor, Kailari Village Council

Kim Creamer

Executive Manager, Y Australia

Santoshi Dagaura

Shree Janachetana Women’s saving and credit cooperative

Rachel Davidson

Executive Vice President for Global Ethics and Policy, Kids Alive International

Rain Eskew

President, Ga Peers Advocating for Change (GPAC)

Kate Fisher

Kids Alive

Emma Grindulis

Senior Child Empowerment and Safeguarding Officer, Child rights connect

Sarah Bess Hudson

Youth Engagement Administrator, Multi-Agency Alliance for Children, Inc. (MAAC)

Iris Hugo-Bouvier

Football and Social Responsibility Coordinator, child and youth protection, UEFA

Candis L. Jones

Director, GARYSE Chafee Independent Living Program, Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS)

Nicolas Kamanzi

Council Member, USAID Digital Youth Council

Januka Khatiwada

Training, Research and Networking coordinator, Social Work Institute

Dr Dorcas Kiplagat

Coordinator and Regional Safeguarding Focal Point, Global Network of Religions for Children

Lawrence Kizito

Media and Communications Officer, CRANE (Children at Risk Action network) Kampala

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