The Researching Representations of Child Sexual Abuse in Contemporary Culture 2-day online symposium ran successfully on 25th and 26th May 2021. The symposium brought together survivors, practitioners and researchers from across disciplines to discuss their work on CSA, to explore the role of cultural representations of CSA in contemporary society and to consider how these representations may affect both survivors and general audiences. It opened with a powerful talk by CSA survivor, PhD candidate and activist Hazel Larkin critiquing a selection of recent literary representations of CSA. The symposium was very well received and attracted a large, engaged international audience. Recordings of the talks given during the symposium and the preceding 2020 seminar series will be made available on the website soon.