Working with the NSPCC to share young people's thoughts

Posted on 01 June 2012

Childnet are working with the NSPCC to share young people's thoughts at the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) Summit on 28th June.

As a result we want to ask as many young people as possible about what is trending on the internet and what they think are the better ways to control content and protect children online.

The summit will give us the opportunity to share directly with the government, policy makers and key internet services the thoughts of young people from across the UK.

The information you give us will be treated with great care and your comments will remain anonymous. We don't need to know a lot about you, just your thoughts.

If you are aged between 5-18 take the survey here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/saferinternetuse

or if you are a parent or professional working with young people please share this link and encourage young people to be involved!

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