Stop, Speak, Support: a digital code of conduct | Internet Matters

Stop, Speak, Support code

Help children tackle cyberbullying

Created by young people for young people, the Stop, Speak, Support code offers simple steps for positive action to deal with cyberbullying.

Pledge to share the code with kids to encourage good digital citizenship and help stop cyberbullying.

Get familiar with Stop, Speak, Support

Learn how you can encourage your child to use the code to take positive actions online and inspire others to do the same.

Pledge to talk to your child

Who created the code?

Stop, Speak, Support was created by The Royal Foundation’s Cyberbullying Taskforce – a group of industry charity leaders and young people working together to address cyberbullying.

Get more insight about its work and the creation of the code.

Visit the campaign website, which is designed for children to learn about the code and how to apply it in real situations.

Online safety age guides

Whatever their age, we have practical advice on the steps you can take as a parent to keep them as safe as possible online.

Interactive guide

Start a conversation. Get age-specific expert tips to help you talk about cyberbullying with children.

Expert Q&A

We asked cyberbullying experts to comment on the following question: How can I help my child take up a new digital ‘green cross code’ to be safe online?

Parent story

Challenging children to be good digital citizens can be hard because you can’t monitor children 24/7. Jeanette, mum of two, shares the ups and downs of managing her kids digital lives.

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