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      June 25, 2019

      Tuesday   9:00 AM

      Broad Sanctuary
      Westminster, Westminster SW1P 3EE

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      How safe are our children? Growing up online 2.0

      Get key insights on child safety online at our annual two-day conference, How safe are our children? As the online world develops, so does the way young people interact with it. How safe? 2019 – Growing up online 2.0 will make sure you’re up-to-date with the latest safeguarding information and practices to help young people thrive online. Join us to hear sector leaders sharing their knowledge, innovations and solutions to protect children online. Get involved in interactive activities to learn techniques and skills you can take away and use in your professional practice. Together, we can make sure the ever-evolving online world is safe for children. Agenda highlights: - I trusted you: understanding the role of technology in young people's relationships - 'Internet of things': Assessing the risks and opportunities - Playing nicely together: how young people can safely experience the benefits of online games - Shining a light on the dark web View full agenda. Speakers include: Alice Webb, director, BBC Children’sNina Bibby, chief marketing officer, O2Marc-Antoine Durand, COO, YuboDr Elly Hanson, clinical psychologist and adviser, CEOPAlicia Waite, cyber security division, KPMGDan Wood, COO, UK Interactive EntertainmentDr Ethel Quayle CBE, senior lecturer in clinical psychology, Edinburgh UniversityTony Stower, head of child safety online, NSPCCHelen Costa, CEO, Cornerstone PartnershipTom Dore, British Esports AssociationRebecca Newton, SuperAwesome Got a question? Call us on 0116 234 7246 or email NSPCCevents@nspcc.org.uk. Cancellation charges - conferencesIf you are unable to attend and not in a position to transfer your place to another person then the following charges will apply: 6-12 weeks before the conference: 25% of the fee 6 weeks before the conference or less: No refunds available but name of delegate can be transferred Please note that full payment is required for non-attendance on a booking that has been transferred. Details of our cancellation terms can be found on our website. By registering for the event you confirm that you agree to our cancellation charges. PrivacyWe will use the details you provide for running the How safe are our children? Growing up online 2.0. The booking details are confidential to the NSPCC. We do not share conference delegate details with other organisations for their own commercial purposes without your express agreement. By registering for the event you confirm that you agree to our privacy policy.

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