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Connecting the Dots Symposium: Young people, social inclusion and digitalisation

  • Youth
  • 16/07/2018
  • Paulina Nalivaikaitė, Youth Ambassador

From 26-28 June 2018, Lithuanian Safer Internet Youth Forum member and Better Internet for Kids (BIK) Youth Ambassador Paulina Nalivaikaitė participated in the Connecting the Dots Symposium: Young people, social inclusion and digitalisation, organised by the EU-CoE Youth Partnership. Here, she reflects on her experience.

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SEEDIG 2018 through the eyes of a SEEDIG intern

  • Youth
  • 06/07/2018
  • Charalampos Kyritsis, Youth Ambassador

In this article, Charalampos Kyritsis, a BIK Youth Ambassador from Greece, reflects on his recent experience in attending SEEDIG, the South Eastern Europe Dialogue on Internet Governance.

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EuroDIG 2018 through the eyes of a Youth Ambassador

  • Youth
  • 04/07/2018
  • Charalampos Kyritsis, Youth Ambassador

In this article, Charalampos Kyritsis, a BIK Youth Ambassador from Greece, reflects on his recent experience in attending EuroDIG, the annual event of the pan-European dialogue on internet governance.

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Developing an online media platform for Bulgarian youth

  • Youth
  • 28/06/2018
  • Bulgarian Safer Internet Centre

Involving young people in online content creation is a great way to develop their digital and media skills, while also minimising exposure to online risks and promoting positive and responsible online behaviour.

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Children's rights online: Ongoing debate, ongoing change

  • Awareness
  • 02/05/2018
  • Lorcan, Webwise Ireland Youth panellist

Lorcan, a member of the Webwise youth panel (part of the Irish Safer Internet Centre), recently attended the Facebook/Google EMEA Child Safety Summit in Dublin, Ireland, taking part in a panel discussion to ensure that the voice of youth was heard. Here, he recounts his experience.

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#TogetherForRespect - what happened on Safer Internet Day?

An online world free from bullying, racism and intolerance. This was the theme co-created by Better Internet for Kids (BIK) Youth Ambassadors during the 2017 edition of the Safer Internet Forum (SIF), as they launched a first youth participation scenario, #TogetherForRespect.

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The digital future through a child's eye – SID 2018 in Hungary

  • Awareness
  • 28/03/2018
  • Hungarian Safer Internet Centre

The Hungarian Safer Internet Day event was held in Graphisoft Park, at Microsoft Hungary's headquarters. After a welcome speech by the Programme Coordinator and Microsoft Hungary's Marketing and Operations lead, the event kicked off with an awards ceremony for the digital storytelling and literary competition.

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Participating in a "Live Library" on SID 2018

  • Awareness
  • 14/03/2018
  • Fanni Borbás, Hungarian youth panellist and BIK Youth ambassador

Safer Internet Day (SID) was celebrated on Tuesday, 6 February 2018 right across the globe, and many of our BIK Youth ambassadors took place in activities in their respective countries. Here, Fanni from Hungary reflects on her participation in the day.

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Youth Ambassadors on Safer Internet Day

Create, connect and share respect! BIK Youth Ambassadors know that a better internet starts with each one of them, and they made sure to show this at a recent Safer Internet Day (SID) event in Strasbourg.

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YEP, we can make a change!

  • Youth
  • 11/12/2017
  • Noah, youth panellist from Luxembourg

Young people from across Europe met recently for the 9th edition of the European Youth Panel (YEP), which took place in Brussels last month. In total, 15 young people from 13 countries were selected from their national youth panels to represent their peers, share their ideas and contribute to a new youth campaign. They also attended the Safer Internet Forum (SIF), where they participated in high-level panel discussions. Here, Noah from Luxembourg shares his experience.

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