Spanish Safer Internet Centre

Awareness centre

The awareness centre aims to create a culture of awarness about the safer and responsible use of the internet among children, offering a range of services and activities. These include:
  • Developing national awareness-raising campaigns in digital and traditional media.
  • Organising conferences and events, including this annual Cybercamp each December. In 2016, the event attracted more than 14,000 attendees, including kids, families and educators.
  • Developing workshop programmes for parents and educators to rasie awareness about risks, and train them for best practice working with kids. More than 700 workshops has been delivered in the last three years.
  • Providing free practical resources such as brochures, guidelines, video tutorials, quizzes, e-learning courses, and handbooks for educators.
  • Spreading its activities and communicating with its public through its social media channels, along with a regular radio programme collaboration.
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Offering a helpline service with email and phone (operative from May 2017) support to advise and assist minors, families, educators and professionals working with minors on how to face risks on the internet: harmful content, dangerous contacts and inappropriate behaviours.

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A hotline service is under negotiation.

Key successes

Key successes of the Spanish Safer Internet Centre (SIC), IS4K, include:
  • Launch of the SIC web site,, with awareness-raising content and tools and the helpline section.
  • Organization of Safer Internet Day (SID) 2017 in Spain, including programming activities of awareness raising and training.
  • Fostering cooperation with the main stakeholders involved (young people, families, educators, law and health professionals, digital service providers, law enforcement bodies, and so on).
  • Development of awareness initiatives for parents, educators and other professionals working on the matter.
  • Development of interactive tools and games directed to the general population.
  • Participation in relevant events at national level.

Key partners/supporters

Key supporters of Internet Segura for Kids (IS4K) include:
  • Ministry for Home Affairs
  • Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport
  • Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality
  • Ministry of Justice
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Location: Madrid ( and León (INCIBE), Spain Email address: Phone: +34 912127620 ( 987877189 (INCIBE) Fax: +34 912016371 ( 987261016 (INCIBE) Website:


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