A range of resources to help you deliver sessions for Safer Internet Day, whether you are a school, nursery, youth group, library, police service, or wider. These educational resources have been specifically designed to support educators in delivering messages about our campaign theme of respect and relationships in online gaming.
Useful Resources for Adults who work with Young People
'This website brings together advice and resources to help you keep the children in your life safe.'
A resource from iNEQE
'We have recently received multiple reports from parents and school staff about harmful content on gaming platform Roblox. To help you understand how to keep children and young people safe, we’ve created this important Roblox Parents Guide.
The latest reports we’ve received have outlined worrying accounts of younger children being sent ‘friend requests’ from strangers and exposure to sexualised content, with in-game characters imitating sex in the Roblox game Brookhaven.'
The Common Sense Recognition Program provides a road map for creating a positive culture of digital learning and life. Following three steps—professional development, teaching lessons, and engaging families—this free program will help lead responsible and effective tech use in your school communities and build your practice along the way.
If you had just begun to wrap your head around cryptocurrencies and Deepfakes, iNEQE have news for you – there’s another online trend on the rise! The digital craze of NFTs has exploded in popularity over the last few months and it doesn’t show any signs of stopping.
iNEQE's beginner’s guide to NFTs will help you understand exactly what NFTs are, how they’re used for art and gaming, and how they’re traded on marketplaces using cryptocurrencies.
Foreword by Dame Rachel de Souza DBE
Since March 2020, thousands of young women have been sharing their experiences of sexual harassment through the ‘Everyone’s Invited’ project. This is an online platform where girls ‑ who are still mostly in school – have described growing up in a world where harassment, including sexualised comments, slut‑shaming and the sharing of nude pictures, is part of their everyday lives. This harmful behaviour happens online and offline. I’ve seen this first‑hand during my time as a headteacher and I know how stressful and damaging it can be for children, especially girls.