Polish Safer Internet Centre
Awareness centreEmail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.saferinternet.pl https://www.facebook.com/bezpiecznyinternet
Helpline for children and youthWebsite: http://www.116111.pl http://www.facebook.com/116111telefonzaufania
Helpline for parents and professionalsEmail address: email@example.com Website: http://www.800100100.pl http://www.facebook.com/telefon800100100
The main successes of the Polish Safer Internet Centre (PSIC) are the international conference 'Keeping children and young people safe online' and the decentralised model of Safer Internet Day (SID) organisation in Poland.
In 2015, the 9th edition of the conference took place gathering approximately 600 professionals: pedagogues, teachers, psychologists, law enforcement, industry representatives and policy makers. The two-day conference consists of plenary sessions as well as workshops and is enriched by expert debate. The conference is also available also by the provided streaming. After the event the recorded speeches are available on the conference website (saferinternet.pl/conference).
The decentralised model of Safer Internet Day organisation includes encouraging schools and other institutions all over Poland to organise educational events. Promotional packages containing educational materials, SID posters etc. are sent to local organisers. Each year, more than 1,500 initiatives take place in the whole country. The full list of actions can be found on the event website at www.dbi.pl.
The main key supporter of the Polish Safer Internet Centre is the Orange Foundation.
Other supporting organisations are also members of PSIC's Advisory Board: Ministry of National Education, Ministry of Administration and Digitisation, Ministry of the Interior, Children's Ombudsman, Google Poland, National Police Headquarters, Polish Committee for UNESCO, Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunication, The Polish Society of the Phonographic Industry, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Centre for Education Development, Centre For Citizenship Education, European Consumer Centre, Education Office in Warsaw, Computer Assisted Education and Information Technology Centre, UNICEF, Facebook Poland, The National Broadcasting Council, National Chamber of Electronics and Telecommunications, Polish Information Processing Society, and The Maria Grzegorzewska University.