Creating a safer and better internet for children and young people
The Better Internet for Kids portal provides information, guidance and resources on better internet issues from the joint Insafe-INHOPE network of Safer Internet Centres in Europe, and other key stakeholders.
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This year's edition of Safer Internet Forum took place online towards the end of November 2020 with the theme of "Digital (dis)advantage: creating an inclusive world for children and young people online". In case you missed it, session recordings and selected presentations are now available.
On Tuesday, 9 February 2021, we will celebrate the 18th edition of Safer Internet Day. With actions taking place right across the globe, once again we'll join "Together for a better internet".
Latest news from Safer Internet Centres and beyond
Empathic – A programme to address empathy in the classroomFrench Safer Internet Centre
The French Internet Centre (SIC) recently unveiled an empathy awareness programme for elementary and middle school students. In this article, they offer a deep dive into why and how they produced such a resource.
KiDiCoTi – An exploration into families’ handling of emergency remote learning in the first lockdownBIK Team
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission recently published new research into families’ digital lives and remote learning activities in 11 European countries during the COVID-19 lockdown in spring 2020.
Raising awareness of disinformation through creativity and solidarity in RomaniaRomanian Safer Internet Centre
Romanian children’s news consumption mostly revolves around the internet – 49 per cent of them say they use websites, while 26 per cent use social media to read the news – followed by conversations with their parents (39 per cent) and watching television (28 per cent).
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