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- BIK Team
In these times of intense debates on the future of Europe, the Insafe/INHOPE network of European Safer Internet Centres reflects on past achievements, current challenges, as well as on the road ahead.Read more
- Austrian Safer Internet Centre
The Austrian initiative Saferinternet.at was involved in a major study on the topic of "Civil Courage 2.0". The insights show how important bystanders' role is in online conflicts.Read more
- Slovenian Safer Internet Centre
In Slovenia, the 2019 edition of Safer Internet Day (SID) was dedicated primarily to parents.Read more
- Anarestan, the Iranian Safer Internet Day Committee
The international Safer Internet Day (SID) was celebrated in Iran for the second time, on Tuesday, 5 February 2019. The main event, organised by Anarestan (Amin SMD Co.), was attended by Mr. Khosrow Saljooghi, Executor of Support program of developing kids' cyberspace services as part of Iran's Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.Read more
- Computing and Information Association (CIA), the Tanzanian Safer Internet Day Committee
Each year, Safer Internet Day (SID) is celebrated in February to promote the safe and positive use of digital technologies for children and young people. Globally, SID is celebrated in over 150 countries, and coordinated by the joint Insafe/INHOPE network, with the support of the European Commission. In Tanzania, SID is coordinated by the Tanzanian SID Committee, hosted by Computing and Information Association (CIA). This year's Safer Internet Day (SID) celebration took place on Tuesday, 5 February 2019. The campaign's slogan, "Together for a better internet", was a call to action for all stakeholders to join together and play their part in creating a better internet for everyone, and especially for younger users.Read more
- Finnish Safer Internet Centre
In Finland, Safer Internet Day (SID) was, as usual, celebrated in conjunction with the Finnish Media Literacy Week (MLW). The aim of the week is to advance the media literacy skills of children and young people as well as to support professional educators, guardians and other adults in their important media educational tasks.Read more
- Latvian Safer Internet Centre
The Latvian Safer Internet Centre (SIC) celebrated Safer Internet Day (SID) 2019 by organising the national finale of the "Wifi's game" tournament, launching social media campaign "Сut into root!", announcing a contest for pupils "Challenge your grey cells!", as well as by supporting the organisation of online safety events at schools and libraries across Latvia.Read more
- APLE Cambodia, the Cambodian hotline
APLE Cambodia, an NGO focused on the fight against child sexual abuse and exploitation (CSAE), operates an internet reporting platform allowing the public to report suspected CSAE.Read more
- Cyprus Safer Internet Centre
In Cyprus, on Tuesday, 5 February 2019, as part of the international Safer Internet Day (SID), a conference was held on the topic ‘Together for a better internet'.Read more
- Silja Nielsen, Head of Community and Safety at Momio
For Safer Internet Day 2019, kids-friendly social media platform Momio organised an entire week of fun activities to get their young users thinking about what a good internet behaviour should be. In this article, Silja Nielsen, Head of Community and Safety at Momio, reflects on the week of awareness raising.Read more