This discussion topic is in partnership with ParentPort, a website run by the UK's media regulators. They set and enforce standards across the media to protect children from inappropriate material.

NOW CLOSED: UK MNers - please take a short survey for ParentPort - you could win £150 of JL vouchers

(57 Posts)
TheOtherHelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 16-Jan-12 12:07:49

The UK's media regulators set and enforce standards across the media to protect children from inappropriate material. This could be a programme on TV or online, a film, an advert, a video game or something in a magazine. They've created a new website called ParentPort. It tells you about the work they do and helps you make a complaint quickly and easily.

The ParentPort regulators are also running a survey which they would very much like UK MNers to complete - it is designed to explore your views on some specific questions about children and the media. The survey is open to all parents in the UK with at least one child or who have responsibility for children on a regular basis (eg childminder, grandparent). They are offering a prize draw, in which one winner will win £150 of John Lewis vouchers.

If you'd like to take part, please follow the link to the survey on the homepage of the ParentPort website.

The survey will be open from from 12 noon on Monday 16 January, closing at 12 noon on Monday 23 January. The survey should only take a few minutes to fill in, and you'll have the option to enter your name and email address if you want to enter the prize draw for the vouchers.

In addition, as you may have noticed, we've been asked by the ParentPort regulators to set up this new Talk Topic so that MNers can share their views and voice their concerns when it comes to children and the media. If some of the survey questions get you thinking, feel free to post your thoughts and/or start a discussion here.

Please note: The survey and prize draw are being run by Ofcom, one of the ParentPort regulators. You must be aged over 16 to enter. Please click here for full terms and conditions.

Many thanks,

krisskross Sun 22-Jan-12 17:10:33


MonaLotte Mon 23-Jan-12 08:36:37


Done smile

babloogirl Mon 23-Jan-12 09:03:11


thaliablogs Mon 23-Jan-12 11:23:53

it's a bit of a leading survey, but done.

scottishmummy Mon 23-Jan-12 11:34:18

lol see all the gurning at being associated with netmums
get over it ladies
its an online forum nothing to get defensive dont need to declare allegiance anytime someone says netmums

Narges Mon 23-Jan-12 16:09:03


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