Following the dissolution of Parliament from 6 November 2019, all communications from the APPG on Social Media will be suspended. Following the General Election on 12 December, an AGM will be held to re-register the group.
The group's purpose is to build upon the evidence base of the impact of social media upon young people’s mental health and wellbeing; to raise the political profile of the issue, and to drive policy change that mitigates the negatives and maximises the positives of social media for young people.
The APPG has launched an inquiry into how to manage the impact of social media on young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Secretariat functions are provided by RSPH. If you would like to be informed of the next meeting or would like more information on how you can get involved please email Niamh McDade. Find out more about the terms of reference here.
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