Tag: Child Protection

Online Safety Live


The UK Safer Internet Centre are delivering a FREE 2 hour Online Safety update on

Friday 11th October 2019, 09:30 – 12:00

Bringing the latest in Online Safety to your doorstep.

Open to all who work with children and young people, this event will give you the latest in research, legislation, technology, tools and resources along with exclusive access to the presentation and resource materials.

Also available, straight after this session – an exclusive 30min introduction to SELMA – our project tackling the problem of online hate speech by promoting mutual awareness, tolerance, and respect. We’re excited to say that we have just launched a free and extensive new resource which we want to share with you.

The extra session is not mandatory; you will be given the choice as to whether you want to stay on the day. If you are interested in hacking hate, reducing online hate speech, and improving emotional literacy for your students, this is a must-see project. We hope you can join us.

To register to attend, see the EventBrite page below:

Online Safety Live Event 11/10/2019

CSE Snapshot Story – Bad Romance


Following on from the 2016 national awareness raising campaign on CSE , the Scottish Government, in consulatation with the National CSE Working Group and Young Scot developed and filmed a short story “Bad Romance” which was shown over the Young Scot social media Snapchat channel on 28th and 29th June 2016.

“Bad Romance” was specifically aimed at Young People (11-17 years old) and carried messages from the original awareness campaign.  In keeping with the nature of Snapchat the material was filmed and uploaded live via a number of 10 second episodes with each episode disappearing from the channel after 24 hours.

All of the episodes have now been uploaded to YouTube and are available to view at the link below:

CSE Snapchat story – “Bad Romance”