IWF Member Treze fights against online and offline bullying

Published:  Tue 15 Nov 2016

Treze Technology Ltd joined the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) in May 2015.

Their online forum nobullying.com started off as a social responsibility project but has now become one of the biggest anti-bullying and online safety forums in the world. Aiming at educating, advising, counselling and helping to stop cyber-bullying, Treze’s forum helps children, teenagers, parents, educators and professional carers every day in their fight against online and offline bullying.

Treze’s CEO, Ciaran Connolly, says: “We are proud to be part of the team who are working so hard to make the internet a safer place for everyone. We are finding the number of people visiting our website doubles every year – through constant awareness and education we can all make a little difference to the lives of the people we meet in person and online.”

IWF CEO, Susie Hargreaves OBE, says: “With Treze Technology and nobullying.com we set a zero tolerance approach to online bullying. We work closely to safeguard children and students from suffering online abuse. The work that Treze has done with nobullying.com is incredibly impressive, and I’m proud to say they are one of our IWF Members.”

 

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Notes to editors:

Contact: Emma Hardy, IWF Director of External Relations +44 (0) 1223 203030 or +44 (0) 7929 553679.

What we do:

We make the internet a safer place. We help victims of child sexual abuse worldwide by identifying and removing online images and videos of their abuse. We search for child sexual abuse images and videos and offer a place for the public to report them anonymously. We then have them removed. We’re a not for profit organisation and are supported by the global internet industry and the European Commission.

For more information please visit www.iwf.org.uk.

The IWF is part of the UK Safer Internet Centre, working with Childnet International and the South West Grid for Learning to promote the safe and responsible use of technology.

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