Internet Safety Strategy Green Paper Consultation Response

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Author: Gina Wilson

Year: 2017

Carnegie UK Trust response to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport consultation on the Internet Safety Strategy Green Paper. The response draws on findings from Carnegie UK’s #NotWithoutMe programme on digital inclusion for vulnerable young people.


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