February 6, 2014

Child Sexual Exploitation Online: The Challenges of the Evolving Internet.

February 6, 2014, at the Washing Hilton in Washington, DC. Donna Rice Hughes, CEO & President of Enough Is Enough® moderated and served as a panelist at of one of the Leadership Seminars as part of the National Prayer Breakfast events. Panelists included Ernie Allen, CEO/President of the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, Dr. Richard Land, President of the Southern Evangelical Seminary and Rene Bowditch, law professor whose young son suffered enormous harm from Internet pornography addiction.

“Child Sexual Exploitation Online:  The Challenges of the Evolving Internet.” 

"The home, historically considered a safe haven, is now the very place where the sex industry is grooming our youth.  The invasion of graphic, hard-core online pornography is considered to be the “largest unregulated social experiment in human history”  and one of the “greatest current threats to children, families and nations ”; no one is immune. Leading national and international leaders will discuss the impact of hard-core unregulated 'adult' pornography, the multi-billion dollar child pornography explosion, sexual predators and the emerging challenges of the “Deep Web”, along with the preventative roles of educational, corporate, faith-based, law enforcement and government efforts. Prevention must start with one person, one family, one community and one nation at a time to bring about a Wilberforce-sized cultural change. Become Educated, Equipped and Empowered to make a difference."