UKCCIS evidence group page launched on the UK Safer Internet Centre site

Posted on 09 January 2012

The Evidence Group of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) has launched its new webpage on UK Safer Internet Centre site, sharing the latest research in the field of child internet safety and championing evidence-based policy making.

Research is a key part of the work of UKCCIS, deepening understanding of the online experiences and risks faced by young people and the role for parents, schools and policymakers in creating a safer online space.

The Evidence Group of UKCCIS brings together representatives from academia, government, civil society groups and industry, to inform the debate by providing Research Highlights of recent publications and stimulating discussion and investigation within UKCCIS and the wider community. The Research Highlights Series aims to provide an overview of new findings as they become available.

The Evidence Group will exercise editorial control over the selection and production of these Research Highlights, but invites researchers and stakeholders to inform them of recent and ongoing research for suggested inclusion.

www.saferinternet.org.uk/research

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