Take a look at some practical ways you can raise awareness and support young people to stay safe online this summer.
21st July 2022
If you missed our latest event Understanding Digital Wellbeing, don't worry, we're rounding up all that was discussed in this latest article.
15th July 2022
In our latest article, we explore Instagram’s new parental supervision tools due to be released this month, and what they mean for parents and teens.
15th June 2022
The Online Safety Bill is currently looking to dismantle an essential obligation that supports victims of online harm. Take a look at our article and see what is being proposed.
14th June 2022
On Wednesday 25th May, the Home Secretary, Priti Patel visited the SWGfL office to find out more about our important work in supporting victims of online harms. Find out what was discussed in our article
1st June 2022
In this article we explore Skin Gambling, what it is, why it happens and some considerations for professionals, as well as parents and carers to keep young people safe.
30th May 2022
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, focusing on loneliness. Here, we provide guidance and resources to support professionals or the young people in their care, throughout and beyond the week.
12th May 2022
Online platforms like social media have a stigma attached to it. For some, social media platforms are like the Wild West; unregulated, ruthless, frantic. However the latest report from Ofcom contradicts these thoughts by suggesting that young people are using online spaces positively.
11th April 2022
Although online safety and cyber-security are closely related, there are significant differences between the two. Take a look at what these are in our article
28th March 2022
Just like the offline world, the online world is still, unfortunately, not safe for many women. For International Women's Day 2022, we look at what online harms are being faced and where support can be found
8th March 2022
Take a look at our considerations from the Professionals Online Safety Helpline around how schools can approach the current situation in Ukraine and respond to such concerns from students.
4th March 2022
Want to set some more safety features on Instagram? Find out about Instagram’s latest features added to address screen time and harmful online content, in our latest article.
18th February 2022
The Revenge Porn Helpline and Report Harmful Content have developed a new out of hours support system for their clients to get interim support. Find out more here about how you can use this new service:
3rd February 2022
Report Harmful Content has released the last quarterly review for the year ending 2021. Find out what the latest trends and insights were from October - December 2021
21st January 2022
A new year brings a new school term, so why not spend time taking a look at our products, services & resources to support you during this time. Discover more about some of the services we offer in this latest article.
5th January 2022
YouTube has incorporated a new feature to ‘hide’ the ‘dislike’ count on videos making it only private to the creator but still allowing viewers to press the ‘dislike’ button if they wish. Take a look at our article to find out more.
10th December 2021