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on a mission…

We exist to prevent child sexual abuse and support survivors.

REPORT - MAGNITUDE OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IN HONG KONG REVIEW OF EVIDENCE 2010-2021

How common is child sexual abuse? Who are the victims? Who abuses children? Our report helps everyone in making evidence-informed responses that best protect as many children as possible from sexual abuse.

Who are support group meetings for?

Adult survivors of child sexual abuse
Those seeking to supplement their avenues for healing from abuse

See & Do

FTI x TALK: Building Greater Awareness of Child Sexual Abuse Cases in Hong Kong Through Centralized Data 900 471 TALK Hong Kong

FTI x TALK: Building Greater Awareness of Child Sexual Abuse Cases in Hong Kong Through Centralized Data

FTI Consulting’s case study on their work with TALK on a report that produced evidenced based statistics laid out for the first time in Hong Kong

Secret Doors: A Workbook for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse 415 534 TALK Hong Kong

Secret Doors: A Workbook for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Interactive workbook with a compassionate and practical approach, makes this book a powerful tool for male survivors in the healing process.

Secret Shame: A Survivor’s Guide to Understanding Male Sexual Abuse and Male Sexual Development 500 500 TALK Hong Kong

Secret Shame: A Survivor’s Guide to Understanding Male Sexual Abuse and Male Sexual Development

A great read for male survivors of child sexual abuse, providing them with a roadmap to understanding, healing, and reclaiming their lives.

Photos | TALK Charity Launch | 30 Nov 1400 934 TALK Hong Kong

Photos | TALK Charity Launch | 30 Nov

Huge thanks to all the friends and supporters who joined us for our first charity fundraising event! Your contributions will help prevent child sexual abuse.

12% of children suffer sexual abuse (HK)

15%

15% of girls (9% of boys) sexually abused before 18

96%

of child sexual abuse cases are unreported

93%

of perpetrators are male

from TALK’s ground breaking report

Our report estimates child sexual abuse in Hong Kong prevalence and reviews official data trends 2010-2021. A must-read on what we do and don’t know about CSA.

child sexual abuse increasing

From a report by RainLily, a Hong Kong sexual violence crisis centre, on their cases January 2019 to September 2021.

Under 18 years old when the assault happened (HK)

41%

perpetrator was a family member or relative

33%

living with the perpetrator

70%

not reported to law enforcement

10% of children suffered sexual abuse (UK)

15%

15% of girls (5% of boys) sexually abused before 16

37%

were abused in their own home

61%

of child victims don't tell

Most sexual abuse isn’t reported

From the UK’s Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse (CSA Centre) – a multi-disciplinary team, funded by the Home Office.

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