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Find support for tackling misinformation and disinformation online.

From tools to helplines, these resources can support children and young people online. You can find additional support for yourself as well.

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Fake news and misinformation research & reports

Ofcom – Understanding online false information in the UK

Ofcom – Children, social media and fake news

Ofcom – Navigating news in an online world

National Literacy Trust – Fake news and critical literacy final report

Activities to share or to do with your family

How fake news hijacks your brain

National Geographic – real or fake

BBC Bitesize – Fact or fake advice hub

Google Interland game for families

BBC Bitesize – Can you sport the signs of fake news?

Supporting guides and checklist for parents

UK Government advice – Share checklist

Social media privacy guides

Connect Safely – Media literacy and fake news guide

UK Safer Internet Centre – Fake news: 4 quick checks

Fact-checking sites – A website that conducts extensive fact-checking research on popular topics

BBC Reality Check – BBC News service dedicated to clearing up fake news

Channel 4 FactCheck – The fact-checking arm of UK’s Channel 4 newsroom

Politifact – Fact checking site that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials.

Support for teachers

BBC Teach – Resources from around the BBC to help students spot fake news

The Guardian Education Centre – Resources for teachers

National Literacy Trust – Fake news and critical literacy resources

Childnet Trust Me Toolkit

UK Safer Internet Centre – Power of the image education pack for parents and carers

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