Tech Safety Directory
Digital Safety and Wellness Resources

5Rights Foundation exists to make systemic changes to the digital world to ensure it caters for children and young people, by design and default.

We advocate for enforceable regulation and international agreements that allow children and young people to thrive online. 


AACOSS is an association of individuals who specialize in the complex and evolving area of online safety.

Their primary purpose is to ensure the delivery of high-quality education, advice, and support to all schools around online safety – keeping children safer online.



Empowering families to achieve balance with screens and life.

bonfireDW offers a boutique experience of 1:1 coaching, group classes, content, and love, all designed to transform the lives of adolescents and help them become healthy humans in a digital world.



The CDD works to protect and expand digital rights and data justice through research-led initiatives designed to influence policymakers, corporate leaders, the news media, civil society, and the general public. CDD holds technology platforms, content providers, data companies and advertisers, accountable for their behaviors in the digital marketplace.


Children and Screens: Institute of Digital Media and Child Development was developed to understand and address compelling questions regarding media’s impact on child development through interdisciplinary dialogue, public information, and rigorous, objective research bridging the medical, neuroscientific, social science, education, and academic communities.


The Child Online Safety Toolkit provides a practical and accessible roadmap to create a digital world where all children and young people are safe and fulfilled. It contains step-by-step instructions to help assess and inform policy development, at all stages of the process in any political jurisdiction.


Designed and developed in partnership with Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education -- and guided by research with thousands of educators -- each digital citizenship lesson takes on real challenges and digital dilemmas that students face today, giving them the skills they need to succeed as digital learners, leaders, and citizens tomorrow.


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Young Kids & Screens. Use this toolkit to help families nurture young children's development in the digital age. Facilitate meaningful conversations with parents and caregivers with these six workshops, available in English and Spanish.



Cyber Civics is the most comprehensive digital literacy curriculum available. Created in the classroom by teachers. Award-winning, turnkey, standards-aligned lessons are easy to conduct with middle schoolers.

Can even be taught without technology. Lessons for homeschoolers and families too!



The Digital Wellness Institute exists to equip leaders and changemakers with tools to assess and address digital wellness in order to foster a more positive digital culture around the world. The Digital Wellness Institute has helped hundreds of organizations and individuals to optimize their mental health, work habits, and productivity - all while embracing a positive, digital work culture.


Fairplay is a nonprofit organization committed to helping children thrive in an increasingly commercialized, screen-obsessed culture, and the only organization dedicated to ending marketing to children.

Fairplay’s advocacy is grounded in the overwhelming evidence that child-targeted marketing – and the excessive screen time it encourages – undermines kids’ healthy development.


The Family Online Safety Institute is an international, non-profit organization which works to make the online world safer for kids and their families.

Our work encompasses public policy, industry best practice, and good digital parenting.





The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) inspires the creation of solutions and connections that improve opportunities for all learners by delivering: practical guidance, evidence-based professional learning, virtual networks, thought-provoking events, and the ISTE Standards. Bring digital citizenship to the classroom in meaningful ways with these ISTE resources.



Leading nonprofit membership organization dedicated to advancing media literacy education in the United States.

As the leading voice, convener, and resource for media literacy education, NAMLE aims to make media literacy highly valued and widely practiced as an essential life skill.



The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) builds strong public/private partnerships to create and implement broad-reaching education and awareness efforts to empower users at home, work and school with the information they need to keep themselves, their organizations, their systems and their sensitive information safe and secure online and encourage a culture of cybersecurity.


NetSmartzKids is an interactive educational program from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC). The NetSmartz program offers age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for children ages 5-17, parents and guardians, educators, and law enforcement.


Parent Zone sits at the heart of modern family life, providing advice knowledge and support, to shape the best possible future for children, as they embrace the online world. The organization is located in the UK.

We help parents develop the right skills and understanding, so that their children can discover the possibilities and opportunities available to them online.



Advocating for a use of technology that benefits our individual and collective well-being.

We seek to change the discourse on tech among the general public, in particular youth, as well as promote all initiatives that abide by « tech for good » ethics by using technology in the most efficient manner, coupled with community building.



The UNESCO MIL Alliance, formerly known as Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL), is a groundbreaking effort to promote international cooperation to ensure that all citizens have access to media and information competencies.

Yet, organizations and individuals from over a hundred countries have agreed to join forces and stand together for change.


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