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 http://www.facebook.com/cfdp.dk http://twitter.com/CFDPs http://www.youtube.com/user/cfdpdk
Safer Internet Centre Denmark (SIC DK) consists of three well-established and experienced organisations.
The Media Council for Children and Young People is appointed as the awareness centre with the main task to establish partnerships, devise events, dialogue campaigns and tools to empower and raise awareness among children and youth, professionals, parents and the public in general. Save the Children Denmark upholds the task as hotline working to reduce the distribution of illegal images by receiving and managing reports and data on online child sexual abuse material. The Centre for Digital Youth Care provides services for reporting and dealing with harmful online contact, conduct and content. Together, we have created a comprehensive framework for the promotion of children and young people's digital competences and wellbeing in the digital society.
As individual organisations and as a consortium the SIC DK is known, recognised and supported by multiple private and public stakeholders, ministries and government agencies in Denmark. We initiate dialogue on children and young people's media culture in schools, libraries and meetings with professionals from local authorities and the police, and not least among young people themselves through campaigns, forums and events. We participate in public debate and are recognised as an attractive partner both nationally and internationally.
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 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 the Safer Internet Centre Denmark, 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. Since 2009, Safer Internet Centre Denmark has contributed to the organisation of the Danish version of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF Danish), which is organised by the Ministry of Business and Growth in collaboration with various organisations.