Empowering survivors James Scott Brown
By conducting and publishing research, we can help educate the public and government stakeholders about the nature and scope of the problem, as well as the most effective strategies for preventing and addressing abuse and exploitation.
Why is Research Important?
It can help us identify risk factors, track trends, and evaluate the effectiveness of prevention and intervention programs. Research can also help us develop new strategies for protecting children and improving their well-being.
Publishing Research to Educate the Public
One of the most important reasons to publish research is to educate the public about the problem of child abuse and exploitation. By disseminating our findings through academic journals, reports, and other publications, we can help raise awareness and promote understanding about this critical issue.
This, in turn, can help promote public support for policies and programs that protect children from harm and exploitation.
Research to Educate
In addition to educating the public, publishing research is also important for educating government stakeholders. By sharing our findings with legislators, policy makers, and law enforcement officials, we can help inform decision-making and promote evidence-based practices that are effective at preventing and addressing abuse and exploitation. This, in turn, can help ensure that government resources are targeted where they are most needed and that policies are grounded in the best available evidence.