Malta

There are several resources available in Malta targeting children and young people, parents and carers, and teachers, but they are not specifically positive online content. This content is made available both as hard copies, distributed in all schools and during information days, and via the website of the Maltese Safer Internet Centre (SIC) at www.besmartonline.org.mt under the resources and downloads section. Almost all material created is available in both Maltese and English since these languages are the most popular in Malta. 
 
There is currently no specific legislation which directly supports the topic of online content but the 2017 National Children's Policy addresses issues of enhancing positive development and experiences for children. This policy document presents Malta's way forward for safeguarding and promoting the rights and general well being of children.
 
While there are no specific positive content examples listed for Malta at the current time, please check the full gallery of positive online content examples on this website, and the checklist of positive online content criteria.
 
Additionally, for more information on positive content approaches in Malta, please contact the Maltese Safer Internet Centre in the first instance - find contact details and further information here.

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    [Maltese]

    Online Digital Game

    Country: [Malta],

    Age range: [8-10 years of age, 10-12 years of age]

    A digital game that promotes critical thinking and is available online. 

    It is also available as an app on students' tablets targeting both primary and secondary students.

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    By BeSmartOnline!