#MeToo: How To Talk To Your Kids About Sexual Harassment In Singapore

In light of recent incidents involving minors around the world, we asked ourselves if parents were ready to have tough conversations with their kids about sexual assault, harassment and misconduct.

These aren’t easy topics to approach as adults, much less minors, but if we are to protect our kids from these incidences we must first educate them.

Companies like Dentsu are helping to raise awareness of child abuse through campaigns like The Unspoken Truth, but with child abuse cases rising by 68 per cent since 2009, more desperately needs to done.

Here are some tips on how to include the next generation in the conversation surrounding sexual harassment because the ugly truth is that you’re never too young to be affected by it:

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