Danish Safer Internet Centre
Awareness centreEmail address: email@example.com Website: http://www.medieraadet.dk https://www.facebook.com/Medieraadet https://www.youtube.com/user/medieraadet
HelplineEmail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.cfdp.dk https://www.facebook.com/cfdp.dk https://twitter.com/CFDPs
Up until September 2019, more than 80,000 copies of the printed parent guide "There is so much parents do not understand…" have been sent to schools, parents and more. The guide was originally published by The Danish Media Council in 2015 and, in 2019, it was relaunched with the latest digital trends, recommendations and knowledge. There have been 50,000 online readings of the guide.
In March 2019, the Danish Safer Internet Centre (SIC DK) launched a new free online resource for parent-teacher meetings called "Digital Brilliant" with partners from industry. The resource is an online toolkit with activities for teachers and other professionals to facilitate a constructive and involving dialogue about children's digital wellbeing.
On Safer Internet Day (SID) 2019, SIC DK raised awareness about young people's digital rights by releasing the new online magazine "GDPR-what?". It was a great success, involving young people throughout the whole process.
Since 2009, SIC DK has contributed to the organisation of the Danish version of the Internet Governance Forum (Danish IGF).
The Centre for Digital Youth Care (CDYC) provide online counselling through the helpline Cyberhus.dk. On an annual basis, CDYC conducts 5,000 digital counselling sessions with vulnerable children and young people. CDYC also deliver hundreds of class lectures on internet and mobile ethics.
Save the Children Denmark runs the hotline and, in 2018, the hotline received more than 2,000 reports and the hotline staff evaluated more than 12,000 pictures. The online counselling "Erase it" helps children and young people to delete intimate pictures shared without their consent and more than 1,000 children and young people have received help.
As a knowledge hub and mediator of the newest developments within the area of children and young people's use of online technologies, the Safer Internet Centre Denmark (SIC DK) has established a broad collaboration with representatives from academic institutions, industry, governmental bodies and law enforcement. The collaboration with national stakeholders is an important resource and knowledge base for SIC DK, just as the centre plays an important role in the organisational and political landscape of children and young people's use of online technologies in Denmark.
- Ministry of Culture
- Ministry of Children and Education
- National Agency for IT and Learning
- Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs
- National Agency for Digitization
- National Cyber Crime Center NC3
- Municipalities in Denmark in relation to Media Literacy and Safer Internet for Children
- Danish School of Education (DPU)
- Danish Council for Digital Security
- The National Council for Children
- Institute of Human Rights
- School and Society (Parent's Association)
- The Consumer's Council
- Digital Responsibility Network
- The Danish Teachers' Association
- The School Headmaster Association
- The Danish ITC Industry Association
- ANGI/Association for the Nordic Game Industry
- SIRI, Danish Centre for Prevention of Extremism
- Copenhagen Public Library and the Danish Union of Librarians
- Stakeholders from industry