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SWGfL have recently launched a range of online safety resources for parents and professionals

14 Oct 2020,

SWGfL charity is dedicated to empowering the safe and secure use of technology through innovative services, tools, content and policy, nationally and globally

We have recently launched a range of resources that supports parents and professionals working with a range of children with vulnerabilities including children with special and education needs and disabilities, LGBTQ+ young people who are at risk of online harm and children in care.

The project, entitled ‘Inclusive Digital Safety’ is a collaboration between Internet Matters and the SWGfL and provides:

Forum for professionals to seek peer support and advice, where professionals can share and support each other to keep children and young people safe from harm and thriving online.

Index of Online Harms is to support parents and professionals with recognising, responding and resolving issues that children and young people with vulnerabilities encounter online 

• A portal to connect parents and professionals with resources from expert organisations;

• A selection of new resources supporting parents of children with vulnerabilities

• A series of fact sheets and videos that highlight the key insights to inform those supporting vulnerable children.

For more information on the resources please visit the web page for the Inclusive Digital Safety project  

 

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