Other Organisations Which Can Help

In addition to Act Against Bullying, here are some other organisations that work with cyberbullying and online safety of children:


#1 The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is an independent, not for profit organisation organisation that works with the internet industry to make the internet safer by removing images of child sexual abuse. It is another organisation which works on anti bullying issues.

It was founded in 1996 to provide an internet Hotline for the public and IT professionals to report potentially criminal online content within our remit and to be the ‘notice and takedown’ body for this content.

Once informed, the host or internet service provider (ISP) is duty-bound under the E-Commerce Regulations (Liability of intermediary service providers) to quickly remove or disable access to the potentially criminal content.

The Internet Watch Foundation work internationally to make the internet safer by removing images of child sexual abuse. The IWF is recognised as a national and international model of self-regulation and are committed to sharing good practice with relevant agencies, authorities and governments around the world.

A founder member of INHOPE, an association of Hotlines around the world that make a significant contribution to the Protection of Children on the Internet.

If you see any criminal content you should report to them here  Internet Watch Foundation

#2. The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command, or CEOP Command, is a command of the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) and is tasked to work both nationally and internationally to bring online child sex offenders, including those involved in the production, distribution and viewing of child abuse material, to the UK courts. The centre was formed in April 2006 as the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, and was absorbed into the NCA on 7 October 2013 by the Crime and Courts Act 2013If you are suspicious about someone’s behaviour towards a child report it to CEOP

#3. Another organisation you might find hepful: If you see any content that incites hatred you should report to True Vision

#4. If you want to make a complaint about an advert, television or radio programme, film, newspaper, magazine, video game or other type of content that you think is unsuitable for children to see or hear, you can report it through ParentPort

#5. If you are concerned about someone feeling suicidal contact TASC

#6. Parents Guide to Online Safety from KidGuard

#7. A Cyberbullying Guide for Parents from WizCase 

#8. Some information on substance abuse from Ridgefield Recovery

Other organisations will be added to this list later. 


Being bullied? Need advice right now? Email us at info@actagainstbullying.org 

Why what we do matters...

Because bullying is a serious issue that can have lasting and damaging effects on  people and society itself. Bullying can cause physical and emotional harm, lead to feelings of fear, anxiety, and depression, and can even contribute to suicide.

By raising awareness about the negative impact of bullying,  Act Against Bullying can help create safer spaces for everone. We can influence change by way of promoting policies that reduce bullying to occur, educate schools and the public in general about the harm caused by bullying, and provide support for those who have been affected.

Additionally, what we do can promote empathy, kindness, and respect for others. By highlighting the experiences of those who have been bullied and encouraging people to stand up against it, we can help create a culture of tolerance and compassion.

Overall, it matters because it helps to address the root causes of bullying and to create a world where everyone feels valued, respected, and safe.

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