Finnish Safer Internet Centre
Awareness centreEmail address: email@example.com Website: http://www.mediataitokoulu.fi http://www.facebook.com/mediataitokoulu http://twitter.com/Mediataitokoulu http://www.youtube.com/user/mekunvideot
HotlineEmail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.pelastakaalapset.fi/sv/vart-arbete-i-finland/finlands-hotline-nettivihje-webbtips/ https://twitter.com/Nettivihje https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8byT84yW39zmn09qmEl_qX2nh8ZaZOtF
Youth participationWebsite: http://nuortennetti.fi https://www.facebook.com/nuortennetti https://www.instagram.com/mll_nuortennetti/ https://www.youtube.com/user/MLLnuortennetti
- More than 100 organisations involved and contributing to FISIC.
- Media Literacy Week participated in annually by around 1,800 local level institutions such as day-care centres, youth centres, schools, libraries etc.
- More than 400 local events arranged during the Finnish Game Week.
- More than 80 media education professionals participating annually in the Media Education Forum.
- 300 school visits and workshops for parents organised with 15,000 participants nationwide.
- 17,000 helpline contacts, of which ca. 1,000 related to online media via chat, phone or email.
- 700,000 visits in YouthNet, and 500,000 are individual users (2019).
- Over 4,000 messages, and 8,800 readers in the YouthNet discussion forum (2019).
- 3,000 reports received and processed annually by the Finnish hotline Nettivihje.
- More than 10,000 individual images/videos processed annually in ICCAM - database (or equivalent).
- 500 informative messages shared offline or online, for example in social media, annually on CSAM/CSEM and other sexual, exploitative material of children.
- Annual report published on illegal and grey area images of children. Better understanding and analysed data on illegal CSAM and exploitative sexual material (known as Grey Area Images) to be used as a basis for consulting and advocacy work.
- 20 national or international events or trainings organised or participated in as lecturers or trainers annually on preventing the production and consumption of CSAM and other sexual, exploitative material of children. More than 1,000 professionals have annually participated in these events and their knowledge about risks related to child sexual harassment, abuse and exploitation through digital devices has been enormously increased, and their awareness of ways and tools to protect children online has improved.
The Finnish Safer Internet Centre (FISIC) is a joint project of three individual organisations: the National Audiovisual Institute (KAVI), Save the Children Finland (STC) and the Mannerheim League for Child Welfare (MLL). Each organisation has an established role in Finnish society and strong national and international relations. The main national supporter of the project is the Ministry of Culture and Education.