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Image of IWF has record month as public reports of child sexual abuse surge

IWF has record month as public reports of child sexual abuse surge

26 November 2020

IWF analysts have seen accelerating numbers of public reports of child sexual abuse, with more people staying and working from home among contributing factors.

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New educational resources looking at reliability online launched for Safer Internet Day

24 November 2020

To help schools, youth groups, police services, libraries, and wider run fun and engaging activities for Safer Internet Day we have created a range of resources for those working with children and young people.

Image of Government must invest in the UK Safer Internet Centre at this week’s spending review if it is to become a global leader in online safety

Government must invest in the UK Safer Internet Centre at this week’s spending review if it is to become a global leader in online safety

23 November 2020

This week is a crucial week in the online safety of children up and down the country. The online safety and welfare of the nation’s six million children is at stake and perhaps, crucially, so too is the Government’s claims of being a world leader in online safety.

Image of New Range of 360 Online Safety Self-Review Tools is Launched

New Range of 360 Online Safety Self-Review Tools is Launched

20 November 2020

As technology and online behaviours have changed, SWGfL have needed to update the 360 tools so that they are still relevant to organisations and their community.

Image of MPs and Peers say Government must step up to fill EU funding gap to fight online child abuse and exploitation

MPs and Peers say Government must step up to fill EU funding gap to fight online child abuse and exploitation

19 November 2020

“There is a more sinister side to the internet and the dangers to children have increased.”

MPs, Peers, and former ministers have called on the Government to step in to make sure children are not left vulnerable to online exploitation and abuse after EU funding for...

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