REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Registration is now open for the Salt Lake City 2019 conference.  Join us for a dynamic and informative event, featuring quality presenters offering solid research and tools. The UCAP conference continues to be one of the largest anti-pornography conferences in the world. Our commitment to communities and families helps us continue to lead the fight against pornography in Utah. We hope to see you in Salt Lake.

Event Details:

Saturday, February 23, 2019

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Salt Palace Convention Center

 

SAVE THE DATE

We are excited to announce the date of our St. George 2019 conference!

St. George: September 14, 2019
Dixie Center

School Grant Opportunity

Empower the children in your life or at your school with the White Ribbon Week program “I’ve Got The Power!” This program helps kids learn the skills to stay safe online and gives them concrete tools to use when they encounter pornography online. 

Presentations from the UCAP SLC 2018 Conference

Apology


The board of the Utah Coalition Against Pornography apologizes for the delay in making available the videos from the 2018 Salt Lake City conference, which was held in March. We experienced difficulties with quality, as well as a delay in receiving the recordings from our audiovisual vendor. Unfortunately, we were unable to retrieve any video at all for a couple of speakers.  We understand that people have been waiting to view the videos of sessions they missed. We are working to make the videos we have available here as soon as possible. We are sorry to keep you waiting.

Disclaimer


Some of the videos from the 2018 Salt Lake City UCAP conference include technical difficulties.  We apologize for presenting material that is not up to our usual standard.

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Teens and Young Adults Rank Not Recycling as More Immoral Than Viewing Porn

What actions do you think are usually or always wrong?

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Taking something that belongs to someone else

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Not recycling

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Overeating

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Viewing pornographic images

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