Useful links

Children’s Rights International Network: CRIN is a global children’s rights network, pressing for rights – not charity – and a systemic shift in how governments and societies view children.

Headliners UK: Headliners is a UK-wide news agency producing news, features and comment by young people for everyone.

NSPCC: The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children – The UK’s leading children’s charity, preventing abuse and helping those affected ot recover.

CEOP: The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, part of the National Crime Agency tackling child sex abuse and providing advice for parents, schools and young people.

ICE: The Institute for Communication Ethics is a centre for the worldwide study and practice for the learning/teaching of communication ethics

GAV: Growing Against Violence, gang resistance and violence prevention education and training for young people

Samaritans: Media guidelines for the reporting of suicide, to advise those in all areas of the media covering both factual and fictional events.

BSA Sociologists Outside Academia: This specialist study group was established to represent and support sociologists who are fully or partly situated outside of academic institutions.

Net Aware: Advice and guidance compiled by the NSPCC, children and parents reviewing the safety of young people’s social media apps.

UK Safer Internet Centre: A partnership of organisations providing advice and support to young people on online safety. 

IWF: Internet Watch Foundation for anonymously reporting child sexual abuse content.

Revised Prevent Duty Guidance for England and Wales:

National Union of Teachers (NUT) Prevent Guidance: