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Pornography Impact Forum 2017 - Wellington

May 25, 2017 at 4:09 PM

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

When: Thursday 3 August 2017.

Where: CQ Hotel, 223 Cuba Street, Wellington.

Organised by Grow Ltd.

Cost: $350 + gst (Early bird rate until 7 July 2017; $395 + gst (Standard rate after 7 July 2017. Register now

Putting porn in focus: Addressing pornography's impact on young people.

Pornography is a big issue that is being hotly debated by our communities.

Whatever your position on pornography, the evidence suggests that it is having a significant impact on young people and their perceptions / behaviours around relationships.

This forum will bring together young people, thought leaders, youth workers, counsellors, teachers and those who work with our young people to gain a fuller understanding of what these impacts are, the consequences on the lives of young people and their whānau, and how we can better support our young people in this digital world where explicit sexual content is a click away.


  • Professor Nicola Gavey, University of Auckland
  • Maree Crabbe, Coordinator of the violence prevention project, Reality & Risk: Pornography, young people and sexuality
  • Professor Katie Fitzpatrick, University of Auckland
  • Dr Michael Flood, Associate Professor, Queensland University of Technoology

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