Anti-Bullying Alliance

31 Jan 2017 Becca Cawthorne

Martha Evans, Coordinator of the Anti-Bullying Alliance:

“Whilst images have potential to be negative they also have the power to change our lives, to teach us thing we didn’t know, to be creative and to share our experiences. We must show children and young people how they can use digital media to be a force for good and guide them to understand how to keep safe, have fun and be connected online. That is why we are proud to be one of the many organisations supporting Safer Internet Day and why we stand in solidarity with all children, young people and adults that lead by example and take active steps to #giveasmile and make the internet a positive and safe space.”

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