Creating a safer and better internet for children and young people
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Registration for Safer Internet Forum (SIF) 2021 is now open! Taking place online on 6-7 October 2021, this year's edition 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.
Latest news from Safer Internet Centres and beyond
Portuguese campaign encourages healthy use of technology during the school holidaysPortuguese Safer Internet Centre
Professor Daniel Sampaio, Professor Ivone Patrão and the Directorate-General for Education, under the auspices of the SeguraNet Awareness Centre (part of the Portuguese Safer Internet Centre) and with the support of Geração Cordão and the Child Support Institute, have launched the campaign “Holidays: a healthy techno place!”, which seeks to encourage healthy use of technology among children and young people during the school holidays.
International Day of Friendship 2021BIK Team
On 30 July 2021, we celebrate the International Day of Friendship. The global observance was initiated by the United Nations General Assembly in 2011 to promote "friendship between peoples, countries, cultures and individuals" as a way to "inspire peace efforts and build bridges between communities".
Positive online civility trends reversed one year into the pandemic, new Microsoft study showsJacqueline Beauchere, Global Digital Safety Advocate at Microsoft
Teenagers and adults in 18 countries said perceptions of online civility have deteriorated one year into the global pandemic, with respondents in Poland, Philippines, Italy, Germany and Hungary reporting the sharpest net-negative sentiment, new Microsoft research shows.
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