Marie Collins Foundation Annual Conference - From Discovery to Recovery

Marie Collins Foundation Annual Conference - From Discovery to Recovery

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BT - One Braham

Braham Street


E1 8EE

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From Discovery to Recovery: Tackling Technology-Assisted Child Sexual Abuse - Sharing Challenges and Considering Solutions

About this event

After hosting only online events due to covid, Marie Collins Foundation (MCF) is delighted to invite you to attend our Annual Conference taking place on 4th & 5th October in London supported by BT.

Registration on both days will be from 08:45 with the conference starting at 09:30.

Day 1 will finish at 16:30

Day 2 will finish at 15:30

The conference will host a variety of speakers, breakout sessions and panel discussions over the course of the two days. A full agenda will be released and shared on our website here; MCF News , and through our social media pages Facebook , Twitter and LinkedIn

Keynote Speakers confirmed to date include;

  • Melissa Stroebel, Vice President, Research & Insights, Thorn
  • Dr Sharon Cooper, MD, CEO of Developmental and Forensic Pediatrics
  • MCF Victim & Survivor Lived Experience Group

Breakout Sessions confirmed to date include;

  • Professor Alisdair Gillespie & Professor Suzanne Ost, Lancaster University - To Know or Not to Know: Should crimes regarding photographs of their child sexual abuse be disclosed to now-adult, unknowing victims?
  • National Crime Agency (NCA) - The Dark Web Explained.
  • Philip Baines, MCF - Harmful Sexual Behaviour

Further keynote speakers and breakout sessions will be announced as they are confirmed.


Your name, organisation, email and contact number MUST be shared with BT in order for individual security access to be granted to the event. This information will not be retained beyond the conference.


  • Who should attend?

This conference is for professionals in the following fields; policing, social care, criminal justice, teaching, health, charities and NGOs, safeguarding practitioners, policy makers, academics and industry representatives.

  • How do I get there?

The venue can be found in Whitechapel, London and is easily accessed by rail and tube as detailed below.

Aldgate East (District and Hammersmith & City tube lines) - 3 minute walk

Aldgate (Circle and Metropolitan tube lines) - 5 minute walk

Tower Gateway (DLR) - 10 minute walk

Whitechapel (Overground) - 15 minute walk

Fenchurch Street (c2c) - 9 minute walk

You can plan your journey using the Transport for London website which you can access through this link TFL journey planner

  • Catering & dietary requirements

Refreshments and lunch are included on both days of the conference.

When booking your ticket you will be asked to provide information on any specific dietary requirements; please do let us know so we are able to cater for your needs.

  • What is the refund policy

A full refund will be given for any cancellations requested prior to midnight on 19th September 2022. A refund of 50% of their ticket price will be given for any cancellations requested between 20th and midnight on 26th September 2022. No refunds will be given for cancellation requests received after this time.

Please note that Eventbrite booking fees cannot be refunded.

MCF will not be held liable for any travel or accommodation costs.

  • Can I transfer my ticket?

If you are unable to attend the conference your ticket can be transferred to a colleague within the same organisation/service. You can do this by emailing . MCF must be notified of any changes to the ticket holders name by Friday 23rd September. This is to ensure that full delegate information can be provided to BT to allow access to the building.

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