It’s vital to remain aware of what your child is spending on video games and to educate them on the hidden costs of online gaming
‘More Questions than Answers’ says ISPCC as it responds to Oireachtas Committee hearing on Online Safety Bill
The ISPCC eagerly tuned into the Joint Oireachtas Committee tasked with the pre-legislative scrutiny of the Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill
Swift action must be taken for children and young people across Ireland suffering the devastating impacts of cyberbullying
If you’re worried that your child may be bullying someone online, there are certain signs you can watch out for.
ISPCC and the Vodafone Ireland Foundation launch Digital Ready Hub to help parents and carers keep children safe online
The portal is designed to help parents and carers learn about how they can support children and young people to be safe online
Guest Post: Changing the Paradigm for Cyberbullying Intervention and Prevention: Considering Dignity, Values, and Children’s Rights
We propose, and here outline, a different approach to addressing cyberbullying, one based on human dignity, values and children’s rights
In order to maintain their online safety, it’s vital for parents to know and understand the social media platforms their children are using.
It can be an upsetting time but there are practical steps you can take if you think your child is experiencing cyberbullying