iRights is a set of 5 simple principles, which describe how companies and individuals should engage with children and young people in the digital world. Alongside other things, these detail how and what information should be kept about young people, what support they should have access to and how companies and enable them to make informed choices.
After previously working with Baroness Kidron, OBE, a champion of the digital world in the House of Lords, I was invited to join the iRights Advisory Board. The work of the Board has already led to iRights being supported by large organisations like Barclays, Mozilla and the NSPCC.
My work for iRights sees me managing and creating key web assets, helping to tightly integrate the brand and mission into other web developers' work.