Creating a safer connected world: Organisations and industry

Organisations and industry

Organisations and industry partners are key stakeholders in the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) agenda, working with the European Commission (EC), Safer Internet Centres (SICs) across Europe, and other stakeholders to ensure that products and services are safer by design, and that appropriate measures and responses can be given to any issues identified. Read on to discover more.

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Launch of the Roadshow "ZIGZAGA na NET - Navegar a Cores" for Safer Internet Day 2024

The Safer Internet Day celebrations, which took place from 6 to 8 February in Viseu, Portugal, were marked by the launch of an innovative digital awareness resource: the colouring book "ZIGZAGA na NET - Navegar a Cores". The book was developed with the aim of promoting children's digital literacy and is based on "ZigZaga na Net. Novas aventuras", in turn inspired by the stories of the second season of the ZigZaga podcast.

GILM's multistakeholder model for media literacy in Portugal: GILM’s Next Steps

GILM (the Informal Group on Media Literacy) was represented at the “Media Literacy Matters Conference” in Brussels, by Sofia Rasgado (SIC - Safer Internet Centre) and Fernanda Bonacho (ESCS - School of Communication and Media Studies) who presented the Portuguese Multistakeholder approach for Media Literacy, with a particular focus on the next steps that this informal group on media literacy is ready to take.

Romanian Safer Internet Centre hotline

The digital world offers children worldwide access to a wealth of educational and entertaining resources. However, alongside these benefits come inherent risks to their safety and well-being. Much of the content on the internet is user-generated and often anonymous, creating a real possibility that certain websites or applications may contain harmful or inappropriate material for young users. 

Latest helpline trends: Quarter 1, 2024

The Insafe network of helplines collects data about the types of calls received, which is analysed every three months to examine possible trends and emerging issues. The most recent helpline data covers the period from January to March 2024. This quarter, more than 16,500 contacts were made to the helpline network. 

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