Internet Watch Foundation
Impero are proud members of the Internet Watch Foundation, the UK hotline for reporting criminal content online. The charity strives to minimise the availability of child sexual abuse content hosted anywhere in the world. As members, we now have access to an array of resources, which will provide an ongoing contribution to Impero’s e-safety development research. The charity’s knowledge and expertise has helped to inform the keyword detection libraries now included in the e-safety feature of Impero Education Pro.
Harmless is a national voluntary organisation
for people who self-harm, their friends, families and professionals. A user led organisation, Harmless provides a range of services about self harm including support, information, training and consultancy to people who self harm, their friends and families and professionals.
The Anti-Bullying Alliance works towards raising the profile of bullying and the effect it has on the lives of children and young people. Working closely in partnership with the ABA and its young ambassadors has contributed heavily to our e-safety research, helping to drive down the issue of cyberbullying in education. The knowledge provided by the ABA has assisted in the development of specialist keyword detection libraries, along with definitions in the accompanying glossaries.
SafeBAE is a survivor-founded organisation which educates middle and high-school students about healthy relationships, dating violence and sexual assault prevention, positive consent advocacy, safe bystander intervention, survivor self care, and survivor rights under Title IX. We help promote social change by giving teens the tools to change peer culture.
Beat is the world’s largest eating disorders charity and is the UK’s only nationwide organisation providing information, support and help to people affected by eating disorders. The charity’s activities are centred around raising awareness and understanding of eating disorders. Working in partnership with Beat has helped Impero to develop keyword detection libraries which help schools to recognise when a specific combination of terms searched by a student may indicate risk.
UK Council for Child Internet Safety
Established in 2008, UKCISS serves as a collective group of over 200 organisations, broadly stemming from government, academia, private industry and charities to collaboratively ensure e-safety for young people across the UK. Impero has been accepted as associate members of UKCISS, enabling us to keep up-to-date with the latest policies around e-safety.
Family Lives - Bullying UK
Family Lives works around the clock, transforming the lives of families, supporting parents and making happier relationships, happier families and a stronger society. Family Lives welcomed Bullying UK into the family in 2010, an organisation that by provides expert advice on bullying to young people, schools and parents across the nation.
iCanHelpline.org provides social media support when schools need it the most. When online harassment or bullying happens, the organization helps school staff navigate apps and services, report abuse and get content deleted that violates the app's Terms of Service.
Victvs provides both online and in-house training courses on complex social topics, helping schools to understand threats and how to respond to them. All courses are developed by experts with decades of real world experience in their field, and use plain English (no jargon!) to give staff the confidence and knowledge to safeguard young people in their care. Impero has partnered with Victvs, to draw on their years of experience and specialist content.
Digital Citizenship Institute
The Digital Citizenship Institute is committed to promoting social good through the use of technology and social media. Turning the tides away from the negative, the Institute amplifies the positive by viewing social media as a powerful learning tool to solve problems and create solutions. They do this by encouraging practical solutions and embedding core skills and concepts and by transforming problems into opportunities. Their motto is "Be that KIND of kid."
Switch Up uses tried and tested mentoring techniques along with physical training to engage Nottingham's young people in positive activity and to steer them away from the circle of crime and gang-criminality.
They do so by delivering outreach services, mentoring, peer mentoring, accredited non-formal education, and through-the-gate resettlement mentoring for young people serving custodial sentences. Through such programmes, Switch-Up help young people to reflect on their lives and to express positive targets for the future.
iKeepSafe is a nonprofit organisation whose mission is to help youth thrive in the digital environment, by promoting safe and healthy use of technology. They track trends and conduct research to identify youth needs, as well as solicit expert opinions to develop resources and tools that assist parents, educators, and youth. Impero Software consults with iKeepSafe on the internet safety keyword library feature of Impero Education Pro.
HOPE not hate
HOPE not hate, Britain’s largest anti-racism organisation, investigates, exposes and campaigns against the activities of the far right and other promoters of hate in Britain, as well as internationally, to build community resilience against extremism. Impero’s partnership with HOPE not hate will help to inform, refine and improve our counter-radicalisation keyword policy via the input of the organisation’s specialist knowledge.
Since 1976, the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD) has been dedicated to the eating disorders community. ANAD advocates for the development of healthy attitudes, bodies, and behaviours. ANAD promotes eating disorder awareness, prevention and recovery through supporting, educating, and connecting individuals, families and professionals. The organisation has been instrumental in developing the keyword library that is part of the internet safety features in Impero Education Pro software.