1 in 10 of us have received online abuse in the past year.
So it’s time to unite.
That’s why BT has formed Hope United. Top footballers coming together to
give us the digital skills we need to help tackle online hate.
Watch our first video with Rio and Anton Ferdinand, and stay tuned for new resources from Eni Aluko and Marcus Rashford throughout the month.
Watch these videos and learn how to tackle online hate with digital skills from the Hope United team.
Jesse Lingard and Fara Williams teach you how to be a better digital ally.
Learn how to to talk to kids about social media with Rio Ferdinand and Karen Carney.
Learn how to recognise and report it with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson.
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When Marcus Rashford faced online abuse, the residents of Manchester came out to prove one thing: hope can beat hate. Explore the messages of hope that united a nation.Explore the wall
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BT's sponsorship ambition is to unite the four Home Nations by supporting and improving the lives of millions of players, coaches and fans, with one of the largest ever footballing programmes for the UK.
At the core is BT’s 4-3-3 plan and three key goals to release the potential of disability and para, grassroots, and women’s football communities by combining BT’s technology and innovation with the unrivalled power and reach of the beautiful game.More on BT’s 4-3-3 plan
There are supporters of Hope United, who can provide advice and support as well as give us the digital skills we need to fight online hate.
Just getting started or want advice on helping your family get the most out of tech? BT Skills for Tomorrow has a wide range of free courses, webinars and advice anyone can use to make the most of life in the digital world.Visit BT Skills for Tomorrow
Internet Matters is a not-for-profit organisation. Their purpose is to empower parents and carers to keep children safe in the digital world.Visit Internet Matters