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Cyberbullying & e-safety: new approaches

Youthworks Consulting Ltd

Wednesday, July 4, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (BST)

Cyberbullying & e-safety: new approaches

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Cyberbullying and e-safety: New Approaches  Conference

NCVO London, 4th July 2012 9.30 - 4 pm.

This conference will explore what new research with young people reveals:

  • How Smartphones have changed the e-safety scenario
  • How cyberbullying victims need more e-safety support
  • How schools can deliver a 3 tier model of e-safety advice
  • How to switch to a youth led model
  • How to support vulnerable young people
  • How to prevent & respond to cyberbullying
  • How to address cyber homophobia

Who should attend?

Internet Safety co-ordinators, Head teachers, Senior management teams, Anti-Bullying leads, PSHE teachers, Safeguarding Children Board members, e-safety educators, Pastoral care and youthwork professionals, social care managers.

Speakers include:

Adrienne Katz, author of 'Cyberbullying and e-safety: new approaches' (Jessica Kingsley Publishers July 2012). Adrienne is a director of the BIG Award for anti-bullying excellence run by the Bullying Intervention Group and a former Regional Adviser of the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

Stephen Carrick-Davies, specialist consultant and former CEO of Childnet International. Stephen, the author of the 'Munch, Poke, Ping' report, is working with young people in PRUs on e-safety and online behaviour.

Chris Keates, general secretary of the NASUWT,who will explore a recent survey showing that teachers are being bullied by parents and pupils on social networking sites. Are teachers the new cyberbullying victims?

Jonathan Charlesworth is Director of the charity EACH, challenging homophobia. Jonathan leads the Lottery funded programme, Reach one of the largest youth-led enquiries into homophobic and sexist cyberbullying. Managed by EACH, the programme works in partnership with UK Youth to reach out to young people in the SW of England affected by this prejudice driven bullying.

Val McFarlane, Director of the BIG Award and formerly a Regional Adviser for the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

Ross Hendry, Head of Policy, Office of The Children's Commissioner. The role of youth led work to make strategies succeed.

TICKETS

Save £20! Members of the BIG Award  £175.00

               Non-members'  £195

Save £17.99 All delegates receive a free copy of the new book 'Cyberbullying and e-safety: New approaches'

Refreshments throughout the day include lunch.

Parking is limited - please contact us if you require parking due to disability.

The venue is within walking distance of mainline stations Euston and Kings Cross.

Our events are interactive and relaxed - come for a stimulating day to refresh and     re-think practice, by the Regent's canal in the heart of London.

 

This conference is run by Youthworks Consulting Ltd.

 

 

 

 

Have questions about Cyberbullying & e-safety: new approaches? Contact Youthworks Consulting Ltd

When & Where


NCVO
Regents Wharf
8, All Saints Street
N1 9RL London
United Kingdom

Wednesday, July 4, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (BST)


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