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  1. youthculture says:

    Social networking: scope for fantastic oppotunies to
    Social networking: scope for fantastic opportunities to communication with a broad range of young people.

    Numerous challenges to be tackled to create a safe environment for young people and practitioners to consult and participate regarding youth provision and development.

    Work plan for next month:
    Policy development – need to check what currently exists?
    Framework for practitioner and young peoples protection
    Contact current advisory organisations/agencies for advice on policy development
    Set up basic Bebo & Facebook account to explore functions and possibilities.

    Organisations / Agencies that offer advice and information:

    NSPCC 0808 800 5000 info@nspcc.org.uk.

    ThinkU Know
    Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre
    Telephone: +44 (0)870 000 3344
    Email enquiries@ceop.gov.uk

    Get Safe Online
    http://www.getsafeonline.org/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=1459

    International Youth Advisory Congress (IYAC)
    July 2008 sees the first ever International Youth Advisory Congress (IYAC) as up to 200 young people and children from all around the world come together in London to meet with representatives from across government, the police, child protection communities and the online and mobile industries. The theme is online safety and security. iyac@ceop.gov.uk.

    Identify council barriers to social networking platforms for business purposes, in particular engagement with young people

    Identify best practice usage of such sites for engagement with young people and wide groups of interest

    Propose a DCC Policy to support continued use of such sites for business usage in particular engagement and communication with

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