Dame Rachel de Souza DBE, the Children’s Commissioner for England, has published a guide giving ‘Young people’s advice on talking to your child about online sexual harassment.’

She writes that ‘We brought together a group of 16–21 year‑olds and asked them to tell us what they think parents should know, and what they should say to their children when talking about sexualised bullying and the pressures of growing up online. We asked them to think back to when they were a bit younger and tell us what their parents and carers did and said that was helpful…and what wasn’t.’

You can download the guide via – The Things I Wish My Parents Had Known.

You can also contact the Children’s Commissioner for England on 020 7783 8330, by e-mail at info.request@childrenscommissioner.gsi.gov.uk or via www.childrenscommissioner.gov.uk  .