Nexus 2024 Annual Conference: Sextortion & Sexploitation: Hidden Epidemics?

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Cost: £30
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Nexus invite you to attend our 2024 Annual Conference, which will take place on Wednesday 7th February 2024 at Girdwood Community Hub in North Belfast. This event is CPD accredited and is worth six CPD points. Thanks to kind sponsorship from our corporate partners, this year we are able to offer tickets at a reduced rate of £30 per person.

Sextortion & Sexploitation: Hidden Epidemics?

Join us for our 2024 all-day Annual Conference (running order TBC) where we’ll delve into the issues of Sextortion & Sexploitation. 

We aim to shed light on these issues, uncovering the multifaceted dimensions and exploring ways forward. This conference serves as a platform for professionals and practitioners in the fields of sextortion and child and adult sexual exploitation, as well as those in roles where they may come into contact with adults and children at risk of harm, to engage in critical discussions, share insights, and collaborate on solutions.

Key Topics: 

  • Understanding Sextortion & Sexploitation: Unravelling the complexities and dynamics from a legislative perspective. 
  • Impact on Individuals: Learning through the voices of lived experience. 
  • Effect on Communities: Exploring the social ramifications through the lens of policing. 
  • Technological and Legal Challenges: Addressing the intersection of technology and legal frameworks. 
  • Prevention and Intervention Strategies: Identifying effective measures to prevent and respond.
  • Advocacy and Support: Supporting people directly and indirectly impacted, and advocating for systemic change. 


  • Expert Panel Discussions: Engage with experts from diverse fields as they dissect the nuances of sextortion and sexploitation, offering valuable perspectives and insights. 
  • Interactive Workshops: Participate in interactive sessions designed to equip attendees with practical tools and strategies to combat and prevent sextortion and sexploitation
  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with experts and professionals to build and maintain a network committed to addressing these critical issues. 

We look forward to welcoming professionals from various disciplines, including those working in health, mental health, justice, law, policing, safeguarding, technology, legal practitioners, policymakers, educators, and support workers passionate about tackling and preventing sextortion and sexploitation.


Registration must be made via this link by 30th January

  • Children and families
  • Community development
  • Health and wellbeing

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Girdwood Community Hub
10 Girdwood Avenue
BT14 6EG
United Kingdom

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With thanks to our Gold Sponsor Tony Clarke & Company