Huawei announces new partnership with Internet Matters

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Global ICT leader becomes latest to join forces with e-safety organisation which helps parents keep their children safe online.

London, UK, 10 October 2017: Leading global technology company Huawei today announced a new partnership with independent not-for-profit organisation Internet Matters to improve online child safety.

Huawei intends to use its position as the world’s ICT leader and second largest manufacturer of smartphones to amplify Internet Matters’ internet safety message and provide support and resources for Internet Matters which gives UK parents, teachers and carers advice and guides about the latest issues.

It joins the group’s founding members, BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media, and will work alongside partners that include BBC, Google, Facebook and EE, as part of an industry collective with a common purpose of improving children’s digital safety.

This partnership forms part of Huawei’s STEM Skills and STEM Careers programme – helping to promote STEM education and digital skills. The partnership will be announced today (Tuesday, October 10) at a House of Commons event celebrating the success of Huawei’s flagship CSR programme

‘Seeds for the future’ and the growing number of STEM graduates Huawei recruits.

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