Online abuse is a huge problem. Despite it making the headlines, there is very little mention of those who are most frequent targets: Black women and other people of colour, and LGBTQIA+ and other marginalised people. Glitch is an award-winning UK charity committed to ending online abuse by educating people on how they can engage positively, respectfully and justly in all digital spaces.
We can change the online world. Our movement succeeded in prioritising women & girls’ safety in the Online Safety Bill, and we can do so much more - together.
You can help:
LEARN about how to be an online active bystander, how to stay safe when you experience abuse, and how to hold conversations with the people who matter to you about online safety
READ our calls to include tech accountability for Online Gender-Based Violence in all party manifestos, to ensure online platforms are created by Big Tech for us, not just themselves.
We are using media, social media, campaigns and collaborations with partners to keep online abuse in the public spotlight.
We are campaigning to influence governments and tech companies to make meaningful change to online abuse.
We offer workshops and consultancy to help people understand online abuse, how to prevent it and how to bring big tech companies to account.