This TEDxDerryLondonderryStudio talk has been translated into Indonesian, Ajeng seeks to raise awareness of a sensitive issue and says:

“By subtitling this talk I sincerely hope to raise awareness of this danger to all people, especially my fellow Indonesian citizens whose awareness towards this issue is still lacking. Through this video, I want to show that there are people in this world who are concerned with the issue of child sexual abuse and are willing to take action to prevent it from happening.” Ajeng

Emma Jane shares her story for the first time to video. She said she was feeling very nervous about this, but regardless pushed on because she knows how important it was to the work she was doing supporting the difficult and dark conversation of child sexual abuse.

Emma Jane and Charlie Lawson joined Nana Akua, GB News to chat about the NotMyShame campaign.

Emma Jane is regularly invited to comment on high profile cases across the media.

A few years ago I took part in a documentary/ experiment called Eye to Eye for BBC3. It was one of the most powerful projects I have ever taken part in, and I am certain spurred me on to speak out more & more….thank you to BBC3 for creating this powerful piece and to Serena, who will be a life-long friend.