CEASE recently released its policy brief, Child Sex Trafficking and Enhancing Georgia Responses, providing an overview of how common misunderstandings about the realities of child sex trafficking prevent the identification of victims, resulting in survivors being treated more like adult criminals than child victims. Despite Georgia’s commitment to the protection of survivors of child sex…
The Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation (CEASE) Clinic has completed its 2020 White Paper on Civil Statutes of Limitation for Child Sexual Abuse and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking. Read the full version here: Civil Statutes of Limitation for Child Sexual Abuse and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking.
Fulton County Daily Report took an in-depth look at CEASE Clinic’s White Paper, published April 8, 2019, and highlighted its findings that civil access to the judicial system in Georgia remains difficult for those who have been victims of sexual abuse. Read the full article
Professor Emma Hetherington, along with Staff Attorney Jean Mangan and students Bryce Bailey, Chase Lyndale, and Michael Nunnally, assessed the current status of the Hidden Predator Act and proposed possible language to strengthen the ability of victims of child sexual abuse to seek redress for their claims. Read the White Paper (PDF)