Russian Safer Internet Centre
Key successes of the Russian integrated Safer Internet project include:
- Since 2012, the centre has operated the official prototype of the Russian National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children.
- The centre is the national operator of Safe Runet Week - a set of Safer Internet Day (SID) events for Moscow and regions of Russia, held annually since 2008.
- A network of partners from industry, educators and NGOs helps the centre to provide its expertise in regions of such a big country as Russia.
The Russian Safer Internet Centre works in cooperation with decision-making and executive bodies, law enforcement, the internet industry, educators and civil society. Among the ‘founding fathers' of the centre are key Russian NGOs representing internet-users (ROCIT), Civiс Chamber of Russian Federation, and the Child Ombudsman of Russia.
From the industry side, one of the main supporters is the Russian Association for Electronic Communications (RAEC) - a key internet-industry organisation in the country, uniting over 100 large IT- and telecom-industry players.
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