Here are some organisations that work in the field of improving our relationship with technology
Working to reframe the insidious effects of persuasive technology
A toolkit developed to assist in using digital approaches to the mental health of young people, offering practical information, case studies, online resources and material that reflects on technology, health and wellbeing.
A part of Family Lives, a leading charity providing advice and support to anyone affected by bullying
Working to ensure that those at risk of loneliness are reached and supported.
Helping to make the internet a safe and happy place for children through advice, tips and resources to parents, carers, teachers and young people.
Multi-award-winning, non-profit organisation committed to digital wellbeing and tackling all forms of bullying and abuse online through research, education and awareness campaigns.
Find the most comprehensive and credible resources, information, and support to keep children safe online.
A charity that provides advice and support for anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
National Online Safety has a whole school community approach to e-safety with comprehensive training and resources for teachers, parents, and children.
Brings together the NSPCC’s expertise in protecting children online regarding apps, games, and social media.
Providers of evidence-based training and digital resources to help form, maintain and strengthen relationships.
An association of individuals who specialise in the complex and evolving area of online safety, working with schools and other organisations to deliver education on being safe while online.
The Breck Foundation campaigns for safer internet for all young people and children.
The home of digital wellbeing: concerned with internet addiction and offering detox from being online courses, retreats, events and workshops.
The Center for Countering Digital Hate is an international not-for-profit NGO that seeks to disrupt the architecture of online hate and misinformation. The Center has offices in London and Washington DC.
The Social Media Victims Law Center (SMVLC) works to hold social media companies legally accountable for the harm they inflict on vulnerable users. SMVLC seeks to apply principles of product liability to force social media companies to elevate consumer safety to the forefront of their economic analysis and design safer platforms that protect users from foreseeable harm.