From COVID-19 vaccine updates to catching up on all the latest ABBA content, millions come to TikTok to be entertained and get up to speed on the latest trends.

We are a diverse community, where people come to share their experiences and connect with others. Every day we're amazed, entertained and inspired by the content our users create.

Our aim is to ensure that people can always turn to TikTok to express themselves freely. That is why we're really excited to be partnering with The Jo Cox Foundation for the latest installment of #FactCheckYourFeed.


We can achieve so much more when we work together. @jocoxfoundation #FactCheckYourFeed #LearnOnTikTok

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Part of #LearnOnTikTok, we launched our #FactCheckYourFeed campaign earlier this year to equip our users with the skills to navigate our platform and critically engage with content that they see online.

Our first few series focused on media literacy, making good financial decisions online and accessing accurate online support and advice around diet and exercise.

For our new series, we're rolling out videos in partnership with The Jo Cox Foundation focusing on the importance of creating a more inclusive space online. Established in 2016 by the family and friends of the late Jo Cox MP, The Foundation exists to build a positive legacy for Jo, striving towards a more compassionate society. They partner with individuals and organisations who share their commitment to the fairer world that Jo dedicated her life to building.

Helping users to be more inclusive online

Here's a snapshot of what's to come:

@grandadjoe1933 - Viral TikTok sensation Grandad Joe emphasises the importance of coming together and listening to each other.

@benjy - Renowned for his inspiriational and insightful content, Benjy talks about how we can all show compassion.

@cheethamswithdreams - Sisters Hannah and Becky discuss how we can achieve so much more when we work together.

@matthewandryanuk - In their latest piece of content, Matthew and Ryan offer tips on how you can make people feel more included.

Su Moore, CEO of the Jo Cox Foundation:

"This month marks 5 years since the Jo Cox Foundation was founded and as a charity, we are more dedicated than ever to building a positive legacy for Jo and creating the kinder, more compassionate society that she believed in.

We are really pleased to have worked with TikTok on this campaign, which highlights the importance of compassion in creating positive, inclusive online spaces and brings this aspect of Jo’s legacy to a new audience."

The immense diversity of people and content on our platform is what makes TikTok such a special place. We know that there is always more to be done to ensure that our community feels supported, and we hope that by working with The Jo Cox Foundation and some of our creators that our users can show pride and unity in their individuality.

New to TikTok and want to see more #FactCheckYourFeed? Getting involved couldn't be easier, simply download the app for free via the Apple App Store, Google Play or Amazon.