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What can be done to ensure that the digital world is fit for the future? And how can we ensure that we promote, protect, respect and fulfil the rights of all children and young people when they go online? Have YOUR say in the #DigitalDecade4YOUth consultation, running online until 11 October 2021.
Taking place online on 6-7 October 2021, this year's edition of the Safer Internet Forum will explore how to make Europe's Digital Decade fit for children and young people.
Save the date for the next edition of Safer Internet Day (SID) which will take place on Tuesday, 8 February 2022. Once again, we'll join "Together for a better internet" with supporters across the globe. In the meantime, find out what happened in your country on SID 2021, and how various organisations marked the day.
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Safer Internet Forum 2021 is here!BIK Team
The 2021 edition of the annual Safer Internet Forum (SIF) kicks off today, Wednesday 6 October, with a focus on Shaping a #DigitalDecade4YOUth.
Raising awareness of cyberbullying among young people with intellectual disabilitiesLuxembourgish Safer Internet Centre
BEE SECURE, in the framework of the Luxembourgish Safer Internet Centre, has published new educational material on cyberbullying for young people aged 12 and over with intellectual disabilities.
Towards more systematic media literacy, ICT and programming competence: The New Literacies development programme in FinlandFinnish Safer Internet Centre
Several studies have demonstrated that there are great differences among children and young people in terms of their digital skills. The objective of the ongoing New Literacies development programme in Finland is to strengthen the media literacy, information and communication technology (ICT) and programming competence of children and young people in early childhood education and care (ECEC), pre-primary and basic education. Saara Salomaa, Senior Adviser at the National Audiovisual Institute (KAVI), provides an overview of its aims.
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