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Majority of parents have not discussed sexting with their children

Posted on 16 August 2016

A survey of parents launched today by the NSPCC finds that just 2 in 5 parents have spoken to their child about sexting. 

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Parents call for education to address sexting

Posted on 03 August 2016

A recent report from the PSHE Association found that parents want schools to do more to educate children about the risks of sending sexual messages and images.

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Impact of online pornography on children

Posted on 15 June 2016

Today a new report from the NSPCC, Children’s Commissioner for England and Middlesex University reveals the extent of young people’s exposure to online pornography and the impact this can have on their attitudes, beliefs and behaviours. 

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Revenge Pornography and Minors

Posted on 27 April 2016

BBC investigation finds 30% of revenge pornography incidents reported to police involve under-19s

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Young people share their perspectives of sexual harassment online

Posted on 26 April 2016

Sexual harassment in schools inquiry launched, as new research shows young people's experiences both online and offline. 

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Crossing the Line - the trailer

Posted on 12 February 2016

The trailer for three short films launching in March that will provide educators with a practical approach to teach key online issues

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Nude selfies: What parents and carers need to know

Posted on 15 June 2015

The National Crime Agency launch new campaign for parents to deal with an increase in young people sharing nude selfies.

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Cyberbullying and sexting: What to do?

Posted on 14 May 2015

A leading psychiatrist has warned that a rise in cyberbullying and sexting among teenagers could lead to more adults with mental health problems. 

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YoungMinds campaign tackles sexual pressures online

Posted on 27 October 2014

Young Minds campaign calls for better sex and relationships education to give young people a chance to talk about pornography and sexting.

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YouTube stars join Home Office campaign about sexting

Posted on 07 April 2014

‘This is ABUSE’ campaign will cover issues such as consent, controlling behaviour and sexting. As part of ‘In the Know’, a phase of the Homes Offices ‘This is ABUSE’ campaign, YouTube stars Jamal Edwards, Mandem on the Wall and Twist and Pulse have created a series of blogs discussing issues such as consent, sexting and controlling behaviour.  

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