London, United Kingdom, May 01, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) and the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command are calling for a national and international joined up approach to improving the regulation and education of internet use. The national E-Safety in Northern Ireland Conference, on Wednesday 28 May 2014 in Belfast, provides important guidance on protecting children and young people using the internet and social media and tackling problems of online bullying.
With the Government currently undertaking a cross-departmental review on child e-safety, this conference is perfectly timed to showcase best practice approaches on minimising risk whilst empowering and educating young people to use the internet and digital technologies responsibly and safely.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get expert advice on key policy and innovative best practice on:
• Improving the quality, access to and impact of e-safety messages
• Strengthening partnership working between schools, health and social care trusts, police and internet providers
• Understanding the evolving risks of new technologies and social media platforms
• Putting e-safety at the core of safeguarding strategies and curriculum design
• Engaging children and young people, parents and practitioners
Increased multi-agency working is essential in order to improve the delivery of e-safety and keep children safe online. The expert speakers will shine a spotlight on supporting children and young people to take advantage of the opportunities that the internet and new technologies can offer, whilst protecting them from exploitation and harm.
More Information: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/education/full-conferences/article/e-safety-in-northern-ireland-conference.html?code=SMMK
Contact: Richard Goddard; firstname.lastname@example.org; 020 7960 7719