Safer Internet Centres – insafe: Co-funded by the European Commission’s Safer Internet Programme , insafe is a European network constituted by 30 national Safer Internet Centres in EU member states and in Iceland, Norway and Russia. Every national Centre implements awareness and educational campaigns, runs a helpline, and works closely with youth to ensure an evidence-based, multi-stakeholder approach to creating a better internet. Find a Safer Internet Centre in your country
SPIRTO Associated Partner
eNascoThe European NGO Alliance for Child Safety Online is a network consisting of 27 children’s rights NGOs from across the EU working for a safer online environment for children.
NSPCC: The NSPCC’s commitment to end cruelty to children in the UK involves running a wide range of services for children and adults, including national helplines and local projects. In October 2013 the NSPCC ran a Facebook campaign to raise awareness of sexting and also developed their first App for young people, designed to provide tools to defuse the pressures to send explicit images. The organisation supports the dissemination of information and resources on sexting, including research aimed at enhancing understanding of the topic [Read more]
The Corner: Health, information & peer-led services for young people (Dundee, UK). The campaign “Pose, Sext – What Happens Next?” aims to raise awareness amongst young people around the possible consequences of Sexting. Additionally The Corner will gather information on local experiences of Sexting which will help inform young peoples services within Dundee. [Read more]
UK Safer Internet Centre: The UK Safer Internet Centre is one of the 31 centres of the Insafe network. It is coordinated by a partnership of three leading organisations; Childnet International, the South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL) and the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF). The Centre released two ground breaking resources to support schools and children with sexting issues in October 2012. It includes a drama resource for schools and ‘So you got naked online…’ for children who find themselves in a difficult situation and want to take some control back.
Young Scot: The national information and citizenship charity for young people aged 11-26 in Scotland. They provide advice and information on health and relationship issues including text bullying and sexting. In collaboration with the CLD Youth Work Services teams they have been working with schools to provide information to young people on internet safety and sexting. [Read more]