The NSPCC has published new advice for parents on how to talk to
children about the risks of online pornography and sexually
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Also ChildLine has launched the F.A.P.Z. campaign (Fight Against
Porn Zombies) to help children and young people who have questions
or concerns about pornography. Resources include a series of films
looking at myths around pornography and answers to young people's
questions around porn.
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Nude selfies: What parents and carers need to
Today, the National Crime Agency, has launched a
campaign for parents to deal with an increase in young people
sharing nude selfies.
To give parents the tools to deal with these
issues and reduce the dangers of sexting, CEOP have created a
series of short animations entitled
‘Nude selfies: What parents and carers need to know’. The new
Thinkuknow films are packed
with information and advice on helping parents to advise children
about avoiding taking risks online, knowing what’s safe and what’s
not, and where to get help if anything goes wrong.
It is a series of four short animated films for parents and
carers offering advice on how to help keep their children safe from
the risks associated with sharing nude and nearly nude images. The
films can be seen at www.youtube.com/ceop.
The films aim to help parents and carers:
• Understand young people’s motivations for sending nude
• Plan to respond positively and constructively to an incident
in which their child has shared a nude selfie.
• Gain confidence and skills in initiating preventative
• Identify risky behaviours or situations and know where to seek
• Know how to get help if a child is at risk after sharing an