Once again we’ve created an impact report that focuses on the great work that we are doing with our broad range of partners and supporters to equip families, especially those supporting vulnerable children with the tools to benefits from the online world in a safe way.
As our work goes, from strength to strength, this report reflects on both the accomplishments and looks forward to work that needs to be done.
What’s inside the report?
Our board members BT, Sky, Talk Talk, Virgin Media, BBC and Google share insight on the work we’ve done so far, why it matters our future aspirations.
A summary of the impact that we’ve had with families based on research we commissioned to measure the changes in knowledge, confidence and behaviour amongst parents once they had visited the website.
A summary of resources we’ve created based on our research into needs of parents around keeping children safe online. This includes our digital resilience toolkits created with support from our ambassador Dr Linda Papadopolous and our live streaming and vlogging resources sponsored by Huawei.
A summary of our research into how families are supporting children transitioning to secondary school in the digital world with a focus on parents’ concerns. It also features the back to school resources we create to support families and the impact they have had.
Highlights findings from research commissioned to find out parents concerns around how seeing porn online can impact children of different ages.
Insight about the Vulnerable Children in a Digital World research we commissioned to look at how children facing vulnerabilities are more at risk online than their non-vulnerable peers.
How we’ve worked together with partners, supporters, and charity industry experts to ensure we find the best solutions to an increasingly complex issue.
Internet Matters CEO Carolyn Bunting shares her insight on the future of online safety and our plans to focus on expanding our work with a continued focus on efforts where we can have the greatest impact.
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