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Our face-to-face programmes are temporarily suspended, however we continue to operate fully by offering a range of online programmes.

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Be Internet Citizens

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Who's it for

Live online sessions every Tuesday at 1:30pm on how to be a good internet citizen for young people aged 13-19.

What is it?

Google and YouTube want a safe and exciting web where young people can be creative, express themselves and belong. Be Internet Citizens has been designed to teach teenagers about media literacy, critical thinking and digital citizenship, with the aim of encouraging young people to have a positive voice online.

The programme provides a strong foundation, empowering them with the confidence to become producers of online content, where they can express their identities, share their stories, make a social impact, and bring communities together.

 

What young people explore

☆ Stay resilient and confident online and make negativity bounce

☆ Use video to find your voice and bring people together

☆ Navigate social media, check facts and escape social bubbles

☆ Discover how to use online tools responsibly

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