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Webinar on Tackling Image-Based Sexual Abuse

Last Chance to register- Tuesday, July 30th 2024

Public Policy Exchange will be hosting a webinar on Tackling Image-Based Sexual Abuse: Improving Legal Protections and Increasing Prosecutions

on Tuesday, July 30th 2024 between 9.30 AM to 1.30 PM BTS


Please click here to register online.




  • Examine current trends in the different types of image-based sexual abuse in the UK, current policy and legislation in this area
  • Review current IBSA guidelines and training for police and Crown Prosecution Service officers and exchange best practice on encouraging reporting and successfully prosecuting perpetrators
  • Develop strategies for improving multi-agency cooperation around protecting vulnerable individuals and communities and supporting survivors
  • Evaluate the likely impact of the Online Safety Act 2023 and the Criminal Justice Bill on IBSA and how the Act can be effectively implemented, including the role of Ofcom
  • Exchange views on the additional regulatory and practical measures needed to effectively tackle the growth of IBSA
  • Discuss what an effective, comprehensive, consent-based criminal legal framework covering all forms of intimate image abuse should look like
  • Assess what more social media platforms, search engines and other websites or apps which host user-generated content could do to tackle IBSA
  • Address the challenges of protecting those groups particularly vulnerable to IBSA, including children, minoritised women and sex workers
  • Consider the growing role of AI in IBSA, and innovations required to better tackle this particular component


Confirmed Speaker :

  • Caragh Arthur, Senior Policy Manager at HM Prison and Probation Service
  • Lizzie Reeves, Senior Policy Manager at Internet Matters
  • Lawrence Jordan, Director of Services at Marie Collins Foundation
  • Jodi Leedham, Technology-Facilitated Abuse & Economic Empowerment Service Manager at Refuge
  • Georgina Mclocklin, Academic Associate in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University



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