ⓘ Nigel Williams (children's rights activist)


ⓘ Nigel Williams (childrens rights activist)

Nigel Williams was a childrens rights activist, known for his engagement against child abuse on the internet. In 1995, he founded the Childnet International. In 2003, he was appointed as the first Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People, a position he held until his death.

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