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Empowering all parents and carers to support young people on the internet: launch event at Islington Town Hall

Posted on 14 November 2014

Event hosted by Childnet, Islington Council and London Grid for Learning celebrates the launch of new e-safety resources for parents and carers

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New teacher training webinars from Childnet

Posted on 18 September 2013

Whether you’re new to internet safety or want to brush up your knowledge at the start of term, our webinars are for you.

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Cycling 100 miles for Childnet

Posted on 11 June 2013

We hear from Paul Broadbent who is cycling in the Prudential Ride London to raise money for Childnet.

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Get Safe Online Week

Posted on 22 October 2012

22nd - 26th October is Get Safe Online week.  Get Safe Online Week is organized by Get Safe Online a partnership between the Government, the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA), Ofcom and private sector sponsors, aiming to educate, inform and raise awareness of internet security issues to encourage confident, safe use of the internet.

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Get expert e-safety advice

Posted on 09 February 2012

The South West Grid for Learning's Esafety Live Briefings will cover questions including: How can your online reputation damage your career? How can you safely use Facebook to engage with your children? The events this year include 12 workshop sessions on a wide range of topics on games-based learning, bullying, parental engagement and support as well as resources to use in the classroom. The sessions will deliver useful, current advice and information regarding the safe and proactive use of online technologies in learning and education.

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Young people look to their parents for internet safety support

Posted on 07 February 2012

Families all around the UK will be encouraged to discover the digital world together today, as activities get underway to mark Safer Internet Day, 2012. It's the 9th edition of the annual global event and this year's theme – Connecting Generations – highlights the benefits of sharing internet safety know-how at home.

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UK youth participate in the Internet Governance Forum

Posted on 27 September 2011

Childnet's Youth IGF Project is now in its third year of bringing the voice of youth to the Internet Governance Forum. This September, eight young people from the UK travelled to the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Nairobi to bring their unique perspective to the discussions. The IGF is a UN mandated conference and it convenes annually to bring together a wide range of stakeholders to discuss a common vision for the future of the internet.

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Childnet to be judge at the Nominet Internet Awards 2011

Posted on 08 February 2011

As a three time Nominet Internet Award winner (2007, 2009 and 2010) Childnet are pleased to have been invited to help judge the Nominet Internet Awards 2011, launched on Safer Internet Day, 8th February 2011.

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Childnet delighted to support 4th IWF Awareness Day

Posted on 07 October 2010

Childnet is pleased to support the fourth national Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) awareness day, and the re-launch of the IWF's website, designed to make it even easier for the public to report suspicious content on the web and providing up-to-date information about their work and how they operate.

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Childnet's Youth IGF Project 2010 puts the voice of youth at the heart of the IGF in Vilnius

Posted on 20 September 2010

Childnet's Youth IGF Project was created to include the voice of children and young people at the Internet Governance Forum (IGF). Following chairing a successful workshop including a panel of youth participants at the IGF 2009, in August 2010, Childnet convened members of the Youth IGF Project between the ages of 14 and 18 to meet to discuss access, diversity, security, openness and privacy in preparation for attending the IGF 2010 in Vilnius.

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