For Safer Internet Day 2019, the UK Safer Internet Centre has created educational resources for educators to deliver to young people aged 3-18 years old, including specific resources tailored to 14-18 year olds.
On a record-breaking day, IWF world class Analysts confirmed 2,015 reports of online child sexual abuse imagery. The reports were fully assessed, confirmed and marked for takedown. IWF assessments are trusted and acted upon by the police and internet industry across the globe.
Last week saw SWGfL and their European partners working with teams of young people in Berlin in their SELMA ‘Hacking Hate’ hackathon. SELMA (Social and Emotional Learning for Mutual Awareness) is a two-year project aiming to tackle the growing problem of online hate speech with mutual awareness, tolerance and respect.
The most widely acknowledged concern among parents is exposure of their children to online pornography according to recent research. A collaborative study was conducted with the University of Plymouth by South West Grid for Learning, as part of its work within the UK Safer Internet Centre.
For Safer Internet Day 2019, the UK Safer Internet Centre has created educational resources for educators to deliver young people aged 3-18 years old , including specific resources tailored for use with 11-14 year olds .
Safer Internet Day 2019 will be celebrated globally...