When it comes to protecting our kids from sexual abuse, the dominant conversation tends to be about the perpetrators. Parents today grew up with warnings about 'stranger danger', but it turns out that we need to be more wary of adults our children know and trust. So how do parents and carers keep their children safe? Lily Isobella is the CEO of The One a Day Project.
She explains why parents need to be empowering our children instead of focussing on perpetrators.