In Part 2 of this discussion we rejoin the panel to discuss:
- How men need to rethink their ways of behaving
- The goal of publicizing individuals’ harmful acts should be prevention rather than revenge
- The need to expand the dialog to include the harm experienced in marginalized populations
David S. Prescott is a licensed clinical social worker who has published 17 books
and numerous articles in the area of sexual violence, trauma,
and psychotherapy and has lectured in these areas around the
world. David will be the moderator of the panel.
Dr. Alissa Ackerman-Acklin is a sex crimes policy researcher at California State University, Fullerton. As a public survivor of sexual violence, Alissa uses her personal experience and her professional expertise to bridge connections between individuals who have experienced sexual victimization and individuals who have perpetrated it.
Dr. Kieran McCartan is an associate professor of Criminology at the University of West of England in the UK and an Adjunct Associate Professor at Australia’s Queensland University of Technology. Kieran researches and publishes on the subjects of sex offender risk management, reintegration, and the prevention of sexual abuse.