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SWGfL to address the IGF at the United Nations

SWGfL has been invited to lead a workshop at this year’s Internet Governance Forum (IGF) at the United Nations centre in Nairobi on 28th September. The IGF is mandated by the United Nations and welcomes around 2,000 delegates from governments and NGO’s from across the world.

The workshop is entitled ‘Are Schools protecting their staff’ draws on the experience and work of SWGfL in schools across the UK and world and co presented alongside partners IKeepSafe in Washington. The workshop supported by the University of Plymouth, will draw evidence from the 2,000 schools using 360 degree safe across the world and presented in conjunction with the Trust’s recent ‘Professional Abuse Study’.

It is clearly a great privilege and honour to be invited to present at such a prestigious global conference and affirms the Trust’s international reputation with regards to Internet and Online Safety

Further information is available from esafety@swgfl.org.uk  

Published: 28/09/2011 14:28:52

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