Conflict Hub is delighted to be working with the All Party Parliamentary Group for Young People and Social Technology (APPG-YPST). The work of this group brings together parliamentarians, industry, charities and importantly young people to enable them to stay safe and gain opportunities through developing skills in the digital economy.
Conflict Hub’s CEO Luke Roberts has been asked to be the lead advisor to the Chair (MP Barry Sheerman) on ensuring that young people’s voice is central to the debate and progress in parliament.
Conflict Hub was one the few selected companies to attend the launch event on October 15th 2015 at the BT Tower showcasing cutting edge technology. This work also had the support of BT, Vodafone, ATL, Cybersmile Foundation, NSPCC, Professionals Online Helpline, Superawesome TV, McAfee, Internet Matters, Google, Tech UK, O2 as well as a host of other organisations keen to make a difference.
We will be working with the APPG-YPST to demonstrate how technology can play an important role in supporting schools to protect and empower young people. Our work with professionals helps young people address a range of issues including cyberbullying and prejudice enabling them to make a difference to themselves and their communities.