“Why on earth would you want to do that for a living?!” That was what Lillian’s brother said to her when she was hired by the IWF, a partner in the UKSIC, as an analyst 10 years ago. Guidance: This blog contains content of a sensitive nature and addresses the issue of the sexual abuse of children.
The Internet Watch Foundation, a partner in the UK safer Internet Centre, will, over the course of this summer, publish a series of articles featuring the stories of its incredibly resilient members of staff, who tirelessly work to make the internet safer.
Earlier this year the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Home Office published the Online Harms White Paper, outlining government proposals to make the internet a safer place.
Today is the Childnet Film Competition finalists' event! This is where we will be celebrating the amazing work of the competition finalists and announcing who will take 1st, 2nd and 3rd place home in each category!
SWGfL, a partner in the UK Safer Internet Centre, are part of the European SELMA project: hacking hate online. In this article the project partners look at ways to teach empathy in schools and the Social and Emotional Learning approach that SELMA adopts.