Adviescommissie

Ons Expert Advisory Panel (EAP) bestaat uit een select aantal gerespecteerde online veiligheidsexperts die gespecialiseerd zijn in het online beschermen van kinderen en gezinnen.

Het EAP adviseert over een reeks kwesties en helpt ons ervoor te zorgen dat we de beste en meest relevante informatie en bronnen bieden. Het EAP omvat vertegenwoordigers van CEOP, de NSPCC en Childnet. Al onze EAP zijn lid van UKCCIS, de UK Council for Child Internet Safety.

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John Carr

Online veiligheidsexpert

John Carr is een van 's werelds toonaangevende autoriteiten op het gebied van het gebruik van internet en bijbehorende nieuwe technologieën door kinderen en jongeren. Hij is momenteel een Senior Expert Adviser bij de International Telecommunication Union (ITU) en was eerder een Expert Adviseur bij de Europese Unie.

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Marie Smith

Head of Education, NCA-CEOP Command

Marie is Head of Education and manages the NCA CEOP Thinkuknow programme, including its production of a wide range of educational resources for 4-18-year-olds, their families and educators, alongside the NCA CEOP Ambassador training delivered by the Education team. She also Chairs the UKCIS Education Working Group which create resources to support schools and other child-focused organisations.

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Lauren Seager-Smith

CEO, Kidscape

Lauren Seager-Smith is CEO van Kidscape - een Britse liefdadigheidsinstelling die zich inzet om kinderen te beschermen tegen schade of misbruik. Lauren heeft jarenlange ervaring met het verstrekken van expertise en begeleiding met betrekking tot alle vormen van pesten en heeft een achtergrond in onderwijsadvocatuur.

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Jonathan Baggaley

Chief Executive, PSHE Association

Jonathan is Chief Executive of the PSHE Association and the former Head of Education at CEOP. He was responsible for the delivery of CEOP’s award-winning Thinkuknow online safety programme for young people, parents, carers, and educators.

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Martha Evans

Directeur, Alliantie tegen pesten

Martha is a Director and leads the work of the Anti-Bullying Alliance, supporting its members in all aspects of bullying prevention and response. She also coordinates Anti-Bullying Week each November. She worked at the National Children’s Bureau for over seven years.

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Steve Bailey

Assistant Director for Impact: Child Sexual Abuse and Wider Exploitation, Barnardo’s

Steve is Assistant Director for Impact: Child Sexual Abuse and Wider Exploitation and the strategic lead for online harms at Barnardo’s, shaping their policy and influencing work as well as the practice approaches they use in their frontline services to support vulnerable children and their families.

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Will Gardner

CEO van Childnet International en directeur van het UK Safer Internet Centre

Will was appointed CEO for Chidnet in 2009. He has led the development of Childnet’s range of award-winning internet safety programmes and resources. He is a Director of the UK Safer Internet Centre (UKSIC) which organises Safer Internet Day in the UK. He is also a UK Council for Internet Safety Executive Board member and chairs their Early Warning Working Group.

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Alison Preston

Head of Research: Making Sense of Media at Ofcom

Alison co-directs and leads the research components of Ofcom’s Making Sense of Media programme. The programme aims to help improve the online skills, knowledge and understanding of UK adults and children, through providing robust research and collaboration with relevant stakeholders. She was previously Head of Media Literacy Research at Ofcom.

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Dr. Linda Papadopoulos

Ambassadeur van psycholoog en internetzaken

Dr Linda is a Chartered Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She has set up successful post-graduate and Doctoral programmes in Psychology and is an active researcher with a prolific publication record.  Her work on the effects of sexualisation on young people & the impact of social media on mental and cognitive health has received recognition by both policymakers and stakeholders.

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Dr Mark Griffiths

Professor of Behavioural Addiction at Nottingham Trent University

Dr Mark is a Distinguished Professor of Behavioural Addiction at the Nottingham Trent University. He has spent 33 in the field and is internationally known for his work in gambling, gaming, and behavioural addictions. He has published over 1050 refereed research papers, six books, and won 22 national and international awards for his work.
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Dr Simon P Hammond

Lecturer in Education, School of Education and Lifelong Learning, University of East Anglia

Dr Simon is an Applied Psychologist and Lecturer in Education interested in how digital technologies reshape everyday social possibilities for action and the implications of our increasingly online world for our mental health. His work explores how young people, particularly those labelled as vulnerable, experience digital inclusion, resilience, participation and equality.

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Simone Vibert

Senior Policy and Public Affairs Analyst at The Children’s Commissioner’s Office

Simone is a Senior Policy and Public Affairs Analyst and leads on digital policy at the Children’s Commissioner’s Office, which promotes and protects the rights of children, especially the most vulnerable, and stands up for their views and interests. She was previously a researcher at the think tank Demos.

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Professor Victoria Nash

Deputy Director at Oxford Internet Institute

Dr Victoria is the Deputy Director & Senior Policy Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute, responsible for leading engagement in digital policy matters. Her recent research project examined the concept of the ‘algorithmic child’ & the data risks posed to kids by connected toys & the ‘Internet of Things’. She holds several digital policy advisory roles, incl membership of UKCIS Evidence Group, Ofcom’s Making Sense of Media Advisory Panel & the Advisory Board of COADEC.

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