We started contacting the main key stakeholders involved in prevention because we thought that was a direction our project was going to take us. After having in-depth interviews with many of them, we realized that we had to look into the whole landscape created before and after a sexual crime to have a real holistic approach.
The prevention landscape taught us many things, like all the cultural and moral aspects that are involved, and that the best preventions have to be implemented from an early age; like in primary schools. We also learned that for a successful prevention program to take place, many actors in society have to be coordinated. There are a lot of individual efforts today, a lot of good intentions, but there needs to be a way of merging those efforts into a sincronized collective force.