Learning about online hate

A slideshow of information exploring online hate, including the different forms it takes, who is targeted, motives behind online hate and how to challenge it.

This resource is also available in Welsh.

Online hate involves putting something online with hateful intent due to characteristics such as age, disability, gender, race, religion or sexual orientation.

This slideshow of information introduces online hate as a topic, and explains the different forms it can take, how it is different to free speech, what someone’s motives behind sharing online hate may be, and different ways to deal with and challenge it.


Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • children aged 4 to 11
  • use with whole classes, or individual children


Curriculum links

Wales – Health and Wellbeing

Statement 3 - Learning and experience in this Area can enable learners to develop the critical-thinking skills necessary to consider their decision-making in terms of possible implications, including risks, for themselves and others.

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