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Who is the Children's Commissioner?

Anne Longfield, the Children’s Commissioner for England, stands up for the things that matter to children and young people. The Commissioner asks children and young people what they think would improve their world and helps them to connect with the people who make decisions that impact on children’s lives. Together with you, we’re on a mission to share your experiences, turn your ideas into reality and make a change that matters.
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Growing Up Digital

The internet can be a really useful and fun tool. But the people who build websites, apps and games do not always think about what children need or want.

The Children’s Commissioner asked young people, parents, and experts about how we can help children get the best from the web.

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Explore your digital rights

CBBC has lots of info, programmes and news to help you and your parents/carers explore your digital rights.

Find out what terms and conditions really mean for you, what other children are saying about their digital lives and practical tips for managing your online world.

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Our Lives:Growing Up Today

The Children’s Commissioner is asking children across the country to tell us what it is really like to be growing up today.

We want to create a national library of childhood - made by children.

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