This will be a train-the-facilitator/presenter session for bilingual advocates who would like to present on this issue to Spanish-speaking communities.While some children may be fortunate enough to attend a summer camp or program, many more will spend their vacation from school home alone, and unsupervised for many hours. This webinar will offer basic outreach points in Spanish that may be shared with local parent and community groups to inform them about the risks of child sexual victimization, active bystander behavior, and prevention.
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