In the space of three years, Glitch has garnered international acclaim for its work on digital issues, building out a profile grounded in an approach to online harms and abuse that prioritises education, disadvantaged communities and pragmatic policy interventions.

Glitch’s work is centred in three pillars:


Glitch seeks to increase understanding and knowledge of digital citizenship and the nature of online abuse – in particular the impact on those with multi-intersecting identities and how both people and institutions can help to work towards a safe space for all.


Glitch seeks to influence tech companies and government institutions to improve reporting processes, safeguards and protections.


Glitch undertakes training and workshops and produces resources focused on digital citizenship and digital self care, especially for women and non binary people in public life.


Glitch’s Director, Seyi, founded Glitch after she experienced online abuse when a video of her speech at the UN Parliament went viral. Seyi has garnered international acclaim for her activism and thought leadership. In 2019, she delivered a TedX London speech to more than 3,000 people on the subject of How To Fix The Glitch In Our Online Communities, and was awarded both the Digital Leader of the Year and Marie Claire’s Future Shaper 2019 award.

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