Given recent events there are lots of discussions around online abuse. So the time to make sustainable and inclusive impact is now.
Would you like to be a Glitch!UK Supporter? We have 5 ways you can become one…



We want to build an inclusive movement to end online violence against women and girls, online hate speech and repair this glitch. Follow us online and share Glitch!UK with your Facebook friends and your Twitter followers.

Sign one of these pledges, share this on social media and encourage at least three of your friends to do the same:

I pledge never to commitment, condone, or remain silent about online violence against women and online hate speech in all its form #GlitchUK”

“I pledge to join the movement to end online violence against women and online hate speech in my lifetime #GlitchUK”

You can also share these statements on social media encourage at least three of your friends to the same:

“In decades from now when we look back on this period of time, I want to be able to say that the rise in online violence against women and online hate speech was only a ‘glitch’ in our history. #GlitchUK”

“Online violence against women and girls and online hate speech is a ‘glitch’ in our online world and social media companies can and must fix it #GlitchUK”


We’re now heading to where it matters most, with education and young people. We cannot afford for our generation and the next to become desensitised to online violence and online hate speech.

We delivering a number of pilot workshops to supplement citizenship, PHSRE and Humanity lessons as well as school assemblies. We will officially launch our “Glitch! Training Programme” in 2018 but in the meantime we want to work with as many young people, schools and youth groups as possible.  We are also looking to work with after school youth groups and young leader groups such as Youth Councillors and Young Advisors.


If you have skills or expertise to help Glitch!UK grow we would love to hear from you!

If you like what you’ve read and would like to help keep us going for another nine months you can make a financial donation via paypal. You could make a £1 pledge and encourage at least three of your friends to do the same.

A regular donation means you can give small amounts every month that make a huge different to our work. Monthly gifts give us a predictable income so we can commit to raising the profile of our campaign.


Our mission to fix this current glitch in our online world can only be achieved through collaboration and partnership. We do not what reinvent the wheel nor duplicate work. Over the last nine months we have developed an inclusive movement to both raise awareness of OVAWG and online hate speech and begin repairing this glitch. If you’re an individual or an organisation working to make the online world safer and would like to be part of this movement, we would love to work with you.


  1. TELL US

Evidence strengthens our call for change. We would like to capture as many experiences of online abuse. You can share your experiences with us using the #GlitchUK hashtag or anonymously via our online form.

Do you also think social media companies can do more to deal with online abuse? We have written some recommendations on how social media companies can do more to address online violence. Tell us your thoughts and ideas.


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