Romanian Safer Internet Centre helpline

Nowadays children and adolescents are increasingly engaging with the online world, ensuring their safety and well-being is paramount. The internet offers a vast array of opportunities and resources, but it also presents unique challenges and risks, particularly regarding online safety and security.  

Date 2024-06-21 Author Romanian Safer Internet Centre Section awareness Audience teachers, educators and professionals
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One crucial resource that can support children, parents, and educators in navigating these challenges is the counselling line provided by the Ora de Net project. This dedicated helpline offers anonymous counselling services, available 24 hours and seven days a week, to provide expert assistance and guidance on various internet risks, including cyberbullying, age-appropriate content, online threats, and other commonly encountered issues.  

Ora de Net's counselling team comprises specialists committed to providing continuous support and guidance to individuals seeking assistance with online safety concerns. Whether you're a concerned parent, an educator looking to support your students, or a young person navigating the complexities of the digital world, the counselling line is here to listen and offer tailored advice.  

We encourage parents and educators to introduce their students and children to this valuable resource. Accessing the counselling line is simple and can be done through the Ora de Net website or email at By promoting awareness of this service, we can empower individuals to make informed decisions online and take proactive steps to safeguard themselves and others from potential online risks.  

Indeed, in an era when digital literacy and resilience are essential skills, having access to expert guidance and support can significantly improve the safe and positive online experience for all.  

Find more information about the work of the Romanian Safer Internet Centre, including their awareness raising, helpline, hotline, and youth participation services, or find similar information for other Safer Internet Centres throughout Europe.    

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