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Our Services

Online abuse is a subject that's poorly understood, but we want to change that. That's why we offer a series of paid services for businesses, public bodies and NGOs, who want to learn more about the topic, and give their staff or stakeholders the skills they need to stay safe online.

Training workshops

We deliver workshops to organisations and businesses across different sectors, including politics, business and media. Our impactful training provides groups and individuals with expert knowledge on online safety, digital self-care and wellbeing. If your workplace wants to make a meaningful commitment to progressing digital citizenship, self-care and wellbeing, book a workshop with us!

Are you interested in booking a workshop with Glitch but have questions? Want to understand what is included in our workshops? Have any specific needs? Book a free 15 minute chat with our Programme Manager, Gwen, below. This session will help you to understand everything you need to know before booking a workshop!


"These workshops are a must for every woman, whether you are in the public eye or not. I was quite shocked to see how easy it is for people to find out information about you, even if you think you are being safe. The hosts were very helpful and supportive, and I feel more aware and confident about the online space, knowing how to better protect myself and how to find the support I need from the online community."

Glitch workshop participant, 2020

Consultancy

As specialists in ‘tech for good’ and the women’s rights space, we offer consultancy to organisations that want to learn about online abuse and the ways they can join the mission to keep our digital spaces safe. In the past, we have: used our extensive network to host roundtable discussions for the UK Government’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport; advised Plan International and World Wide Web Foundation on delivering their global campaigns; and helped Twitch and WOW Foundation to develop their content moderation policies, as well as online codes of conduct for staff.

"We’re heavily researching online abuse, reporting & deleting abuse on our channels as well as actively amplifying opinions and voices that are being silenced. Across all of this we’re closely working with Glitch, a specialist charity ending online abuse who have helped advise us on the issue and specifically with our anti-online social abuse policy. I urge other companies to do the same."

Marc Allera CEO of BT’s Consumer Division: BT, EE and Plusnet

Public Speaking

We offer keynote talks to businesses and other organisations that wish to inspire their employees and stakeholders, while also giving them a better understanding of online abuse. Our previous clients include Google’s Jigsaw, the Council of Europe and the United Nations.

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Awareness

As part of the #DrawTheLine campaign, Glitch provided training to upskill the BT, EE & BT Sport teams to become good digital citizens. We helped to develop an algorithmic abuse tool to track the levels of abuse on Twitter, as well as shape new research which sadly confirms how increasingly unsafe our online spaces are.

Glitch x BT Sport Draw the Line: Spot. Report. Support.
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Advocacy

We are campaigning to ensure that online abuse against women, and its disproportionate impact on racialised and minoritised communities, is reflected in the Online Safety Bill.

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Action

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