Inclusive Digital Safety forum

Inclusive Digital Safety advice hub

We’ve created an online forum where professionals can share and support each other to keep children safe from harm and thriving online. If you are a professional working with children and young people, living with SEND, an LGBTQ+ young person, or a care-experienced child or young person, then this forum is for you.

What you will find in the forum 

Discussion threads 

On the platform, you will be able to take part in discussions on a range of online safety issues to provide insight, questions, or best practices to support children with SEND, care experience, and sexuality or gender identity issues.

Who are the moderators

The forum is moderated by SWGfL, a charity focussed on ensuring children can enjoy technology free from harm. They deliver several key programmes that support professionals working with children and young people including POSH, the Professionals Online Safety Helpline and expert online safety training.

What you will need to register

To take part in the discussion and post comments online you will have to register by providing a username and email. The platform is free to use. You do not have to register to read the threads but registrations will give you access to additional features such as definable avatar images, ability to pose or answer questions, contacting fellow users, usergroup subscription, etc. It only takes a few moments to register so it is recommended you do so.

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Together with SWGfL we've created this hub to provide online safety advice and guidance to support parents & professionals working with children and young people experiencing vulnerabilities.

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