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Power of Image – A Report into the Influence of Images and Videos in Young People’s Digital Lives

This report from the UK Safer Internet Centre contains the results of an online servey of young people aged between 8 and 17. This report highlights the use of images and videos by young people online, including taking selfies, livestreaming and using social network sites like YouTube.

Young People’s Experiences of Online Sexual Harassment

This report presents findings from quantitative and qualitative research conducted with young people aged 13 to 17 in Denmark, Hungary and the UK designed to provide a unique insight into their experiences of online sexual harassment.

Comparing Young People’s Experiences of Sending, Receiving or being asked for Nude or Semi-Nude Images or Video in Austrailia, New Zealand and the UK.

This report details findings from a cross country study taking place in Austrailia, New Zealand and the UK Safer Internet Centre. It focuses on young people’s experiences of sending, receiving and being asked for nude photographs or videos. It opens up the views of young people to professionals so that professionals are in a better position to give help and advice to young people.

Life in ‘Likes’ – Children’s Commissioner Report into Social Media use among 8-12 Year Olds

This report contains information on social media use among 8-12 year olds. The objective for the study in the report was to explore the impact of social media use on the lives of young people aged betwee 8 and 12 years old, particularly in relation to their wellbeing and self-esteem.