SWGfL statement on UK Government response to Online Harms White Paper
David Wright, UK Safer Internet Centre Director at SWGfL, issues statement following the UK Government's response to the Online Harms white paper.
12th February 2020
UK Government Online Harms White Paper - Initial thoughts from SWGfL
The Government wants the UK to be the safest place in the world to be online; no mean aspiration given the long,and often tortuous, history of what we now regard as our “online lives”.
8th April 2019
UK Government Publishes Online Harms White Paper
SWGfL welcomes the UK Government's Online Harms White Paper and its commitment to making the UK the safest place to be online.
8th April 2019
Government announces new UK Council to improve Online Safety
The UK Government has announced it is expanding the scope of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) to help improve online safety for everyone.
30th July 2018
Life in Likes: The Children's Commissioner's report into social media use among 8-12s
We recently saw the release of the latest national report focussed on young people and social media. Here Ben Bolton looks at the report and how it relate's to his own work in Cornwall.
15th January 2018
David Wright reviews the proposed changes to Keeping Children Safe in Education
DfE published a consultation on December 14th 2017 - here our Director David Wright offers his views on the proposed changes to ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ for schools and colleges in England.
19th December 2017
SWGfL response to Government's Internet Safety Strategy
SWGfL Director, David Wright, responds to the Government's Internet Safety Strategy green paper, we reflect on the document and look at where it may need some development.
27th November 2017
Government publishes Internet Safety Strategy Green Paper
Today the Government has published a consultation that will help shape the UK’s strategies around online safety.
11th October 2017