Next BIK bulletin tackles cyberbullying – subscribe now!

The next edition of the BIK bulletin will be issued at the end of March 2017 with a special focus topic of "Cyberbullying revisited".

In it, we'll be looking back at the developments made in recent years in approaches to tackling bullying online and highlighting some of the latest resources, including many tools and campaigns from Safer Internet Centres (SICs) across Europe.

 

We'll also bring you the usual mix of news, research and resources from many of the key stakeholders in keeping children and young people safe online, be they SICs, research organisations, industry partners, policy makers or experts in the field.

 

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  • 30/06/2015
  • Austrian Safer Internet Centre

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