Neil Fairbrother

Safeguarding podcast – How Safe are our Children? A discussion with the NSPCC

In this safeguarding podcast we talk to Holly Bentley and Martha Kirby of the NSPCC about the 2019 edition of the NSPCC’s “How Safe are our Children” report, which this year focusses on the online digital context. This podcast explores the 10 indicators that form the framework of the report and is an ideal companion …

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Safeguarding Podcast – “I have a Dream” with Will Gardner CEO Childnet International

In this safeguarding podcast, Will Gardner CEO of Childnet International discusses international aspects of safeguarding in the online digital context. We explore international projects such as Project deShame, how young people can be empowered to protect themselves and other young people online,  the power of young people’s voices and how they can be heard, Brexit, …

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Safeguarding podcast – The Extraordinary Paradox with Professor Sonia Livingstone OBE

In this safeguarding podcast, Professor Sonia Livingstone OBE discusses the Online Harms white paper, whether the UNCRC is fit for the digital age and why the USA hasn’t signed up to it, whether the FTC’s COPPA “digital age of consent” should be raised to 16 and why it’s 13 in the first place, and how …

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Safeguarding podcast – Digital Ghosts and Blue Whales with SWGfL

In this safeguarding podcast, David Wright Director of the UK Safer Internet Centre at SWGfL discusses digital ghost stories, Brexit, the ICO’s Age Appropriate design code, Age Verification and the “digital age of consent”, the Online Harms white paper, how safeguarding in the online digital context can be better integrated into the day-to-day operational activities …

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Safeguarding podcast – The Good Samaritan with the ISPA

In this safeguarding podcast we discuss with Andrew Kernahan, Head of Public Affairs for the Internet Services Providers’ Association, the industry’s response to the Online Harms white paper. Also covered is the definition of “harm” itself, the “mere conduit” defence, the impact of new technologies such as DNS over HTTPS and whether ISPs can be …

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Safeguarding podcast – View from the Staffroom with Derek Peaple

In this safeguarding podcast, award-winning Headteacher of Park House School Derek Peaple discusses how his school’s value-driven ethos guides them in their approach to cyberbullying, protecting victims and dealing with perpetrators. In addition he explains how Park House school uses the curriculum to raise pupils’ awareness of cyberbullying, whether Ofsted is really up to the job of …

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Safeguarding podcast – Don’t go into the dark woods; a discussion with Baroness Sal Brinton

In this safeguarding podcast Baroness Sal Brinton, President of the Liberal Democrats, discusses her work with the APPG Bullying, the Red Ballon Learner Trust, the Government’s Online Harms white paper and its lack of a definition of cyberbullying, how schools should be dealing with the mental health issues cyberbullying causes and the impact of Brexit …

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Safeguarding Podcast – Licensed to Operate with Jonny Shipp, Internet Commission

In this safeguarding podcast we talk to Jonny Shipp of the Internet Commission about how their proposed frameworks of Digital Responsibility could be used to hold social media companies to account and how the use of AI can obfuscate and obscure much needed transparency. We also discuss the Online Harms white paper, the regulation of …

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Safeguarding podcast – The Price of Gold with Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson

Britain’s highest ranking Paralympian, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, discusses how the focus on medals has affected the culture within sport and the impact this can have on young athletes. Also covered are the disparities between the laws affecting teacher/pupil relationships and coach/athlete relationships, her extensive Duty of Care review and the difference between how male and …

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