The theme for this year’s Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week is Let’s Connect. The activities that we have put on our Primary resources page give KS2 children to opportunity to reflect on their relationships with the people around them.
Images and film of self-harm and suicide viewed by Molly Russell in the months before her death will be shared with members of the House of Lords on Monday 30 January as part of Molly’s family’s campaign to strengthen the Online Safety Bill.
The Molly Rose Foundation is pleased the Online Safety Bill is a step closer to becoming law and we look forward to the debate to come in the House of Lords.
The Molly Rose Foundation considers the platforms’ responses to the coroner’s call for action in preventing future deaths underwhelming and unsurprising.
The Molly Rose Foundation (MRF) backs Labour’s pledge to introduce further online safety regulation in government if the Online Safety Bill is not strengthened during its passage through parliament.
The Molly Rose Foundation is backing a report compiled by the Centre for Countering Digital Hate, highlighting dangerous content promoting eating disorders and self-harm on TikTok.
November 2022Online Safety Bill to be watered down by the removal of measures to take down material designated ‘harmful but legal’.
The Molly Rose Foundation is disappointed that the Online Safety Bill is to be watered down by the removal of measures that would have forced social media sites to take down material designated ‘harmful but legal’.
The proposal to introduce a new criminal offence of ‘encouraging self-harm’ within the draft Online Safety Bill appears a significant move.
The Molly Rose Foundation (MRF) has welcomed the Online Safety Bill’s return to the government’s legislative programme next month.
The Molly Rose Foundation welcomes any steps to help make the online world safer but we are disappointed that one of the world’s largest tech companies isn’t doing more to protect children on it’s platforms
Baroness Kidron granted a Private Notice Question to ask The Government what plans they have to bring forward the Online Safety Bill during this parliamentary Session.
Senior Coroner Andrew Walker has issued his report to prevent future deaths following Molly’s inquest. The Molly Rose Foundation have issued a press release following his findings which can be read here