Professor Clare McGlynn has joined calls for changes to the Online Safety Bill to ensure it better protects women and girls from online harassment and abuse, adding her name to a letter published today in the The Telegraph. The signatories include leading organisations challenging online abuse who recommend a mandatory Code of Practice on Online Violence Against Women and Girls is included in the Bill.
Professor McGlynn joined the calls from @EVAWuk @GlitchUK_@5RightsFound @CarnegieUKTrust @live_life_safe @NSPCC and Professor Lorna Woods.
Tougher action to protect women online (Letter in The Telegraph, 15 December 2022)
Proposed Code of Practice (End Violence Against Women, 18 May 2022)
Evidence submission to Parliament recommending the adoption of a Code of Practice (Professor McGlynn, May 2022)