New code helps children tackle cyberbullying

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

Pledge to share the code with kids to encourage them to be good digital citizens and make an impact to stop cyberbullying.

New code helps children tackle cyberbullying

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

Pledge to share the code with kids to encourage them to be good digital citizens and make an impact to 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.

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I pledge to share the code with my child and give them my full support to deal with cyberbullying.
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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 creation of the code.

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

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Cyberbullying Advice Hub

Learn more about cyberbullying and get expert advice and practical tips to support your child.

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Interactive guide

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

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Expert Q&A

We asked 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?

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