- Policy – use of AI in school.
- Staff – impersonation advice and support.
- Research into online misogyny.
- Supporting girls impacted by online misogyny.
- Resource – addressing child on child abuse.
Policy Template – Use of AI in School
SWGfL have put together a support and advice page together on their website which briefly covers responding and making a report (including links for the popular social media apps).
Research into Online Misogyny
- A significant number of boys have a favourable view of Andrew Tate (23% of boys ages 15-16).
- An even higher proportion of dads (32%) have a positive view of Andrew Tate!
- Understanding the term misogyny is low.
- The majority of parents think nude image sharing is a significant concern; the majority of teenagers think that sharing nudes is always harmful (which questions the narrative that nude image sharing has become normalised).
You can download the full report HERE.
Supporting Girls Impacted by Misogyny Online
Internet Matters have put together a great article to help parents support anyone who has been impacted by online misogyny including a Dad’s experince of supporting his daughter, the experiences of one 15 year old girl and some simple tips for parents.
You can find the article HERE.
Resource – Addressing Child on Child Abuse
- Safeguarding polices, procedures and practice.
- Identifying and assessing.
- Handling incidents.
- And more.