The Tomorrow Project- confidential suicide prevention
18th April 2018
Last year, we partnered with Harmless, a user led organisation that provides a range of services about self harm and suicide prevention, to help develop our keyword detection libraries available as part of our flagship product, Impero Education Pro. In this guest blog, Harmless introduces one of their incredible support services, The Tomorrow Project.
The dangers of self-generated images- The Internet Watch Foundation
2nd January 2018
In this guest blog, our online safety partner, the Internet Watch Foundation, a not for profit organisation that helps victims of child sexual abuse by identifying and removing online images and videos of their abuse, explains the risks associated with self-generated images.
Help with Eating disorders – advice from ANAD
25th August 2017
In this guest blog, ANAD offers advice and support to help schools identify students who may be suffering from an eating disorder, including how to approach this sensitive subject and how to open up a dialogue with the student.
When ‘fake news’ becomes real: the dangers online
31st July 2017
In this guest blog, founder and executive director of The Net Safety Collaborative, the U.S. nonprofit organisation that runs iCanHelpline.org, talks about the dangers of when ‘fake news’ becomes real.
A student’s perspective: what technology means to me
5th July 2017
Alex Hatton, a 14 year old student at The Becket School, recently spent a week at Impero gaining work experience across the business, including sales, marketing, technical support and software development. In this blog he discusses why he loves technology and what he thinks about Impero Education Pro.
Race and religious hate – advice from Hope Not Hate
26th April 2017
Here at Impero, we partnered with Britain’s largest anti-racism organisation, HOPE not hate , back in 2016, to develop our race and religious hatred keyword library available as part of our flagship product, Impero Education Pro. Ensuring that any student potentially using derogatory language in relation to race or religion is identified, HOPE not hate has provided the following advice for handling incidents following a keyword capture.