Our Supporters

We have many formal and informal partnerships that support our work: funders, pro-bono support, seconded staff, academics, regulators, media, civil servants, other charities, international organisations, and 5Rights leaders and teachers.

We are hugely grateful to each of them and share our success with those individuals, organisations and funders who boldly supported us from the outset.

Our Signatories are a broad network of diverse organisations across all sectors. Our signatories support the application of children’s rights in the digital environment and  support our mission "to create a digital environment fit for children and young people."

 

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Cluny School Aberdeenshire
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Internet Matters
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Inverclyde Council
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Mazu
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New Era Education Ltd
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Playground da inovacao
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Prostasia
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Safegard
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YOTI
HRH Duchess of Kent; Dr Eylem Atakav, School of Film, Television and Media Studies, The University of East Anglia; John Carr OBE, Secretary of the UK’s Children’s Charities Coalition on Internet Safety (CHIS); Professor Jonathan Drori CBE, Chairman of UK Parliament’s Advisory Council on Public Engagement; Baroness Martha Lane Fox CBE, Co-Founder lastminute.com & chair of digital skills charity Go ON UK; Frank Green CBE, National Schools Commissioner; Julia Hobsbawm OBE, Honorary Visiting Professor, London’s Cass Business School; Neelie Kroes, Former European Commisioner for Digital Agenda; Dr Aleks Krotoski, Author, Untangling the Web: What the Internet is Doing to You; Ian Livingstone CBE, Author, co-founder of Games Workshop; Professor Sonia Livingstone OBE, Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science; Dr Victoria Nash, Deputy Director and Policy Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford; Dr Linda Papadopoulos, Psychologist and author, Imperial College London; Professor Andy Phippen, Professor of Social Responsibility in IT, Plymouth University; Professor Jessica Ringrose, Professor of Gender and Education, Institute of Education; Baroness Joanna Shields OBE, Minister of Internet Safety and Security; Stevie Spring, Chairman, Children in Need; Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland; Marina Jirotka BSc MA DPhil MBCS CITP, Professor at University of Oxford’s Department of Computer Science