Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs for Pre-schoolers: A synthesis of current evidence

This research project, consigned by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and carried out by Claudia Pitts, investigates how institutions with a responsibility for children have managed and responded to allegations and instances of sexual abuse. This project is part of a greater collection of research themes, focusing on how child sexual abuse in institutions can be prevented. More specifically, the project seeks to determine the effectiveness of pre-school child sexual abuse prevention programs.

The findings are listed and described from a Theory of Change perspective, showing short-, medium-, and longer-term impacts on children’s knowledge of concepts related to sexual abuse.

Published 2015-05-20

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Publication year
2015
Author(s)
Pitts, Claudia
Format
pdf, 17p.
Rights
© Commonwealth of Australia 2015
Region
Oceania
Country
AustraliaSamoa
Identifier
ISBN 978-1-925289-14-5

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Document Information

Publication year
2015
Author(s)
Pitts, Claudia
Format
pdf, 17p.
Rights
© Commonwealth of Australia 2015
Region
Oceania
Country
AustraliaSamoa
Identifier
ISBN 978-1-925289-14-5