It's not OK - online safety campaign
30 November 2020
It's not OK - launch of online safety
In October 2020, Cumbria Safeguarding Children Partnership (CSCP) in partnership with the NSPCC launched a twelve-month campaign to tackle child exploitation in Cumbria.
The ‘IT’S NOT OK’ campaign launched on Thursday 1st October, with an initial focus on child criminal exploitation. From 1 December 2020, the campaign will focus on online safety, aiming to highlight the risks which children and young people face online and how parents, carers and safeguarding professionals can help.
Event for parents and carers
The latest phase focuses on online safety and aims to highlight the risks which children and young people face online. To mark the launch of this new theme, experts from the CSCP and NSPCC will be holding an online workshop for local parents and carers to help them spot potential risks with practical tips and advice designed to help keep children safe online.
There are still some places available on this event.
The online 30-minute event will take place on Microsoft Teams on Tuesday 1 December at 6pm, places can be booked via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/its-not-ok-online-safety-workshop-for-parents-carers-tickets-130405673881