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The Nordic Game Day event expands to a full week in 2017!

  • Awareness
  • 07/12/2017
  • Danish Safer Internet Centre

Nordic Game Week is a collaborative annual event hosted by partners in the Nordic countries. Although colleagues in Finland act as the primary facilitator of the event, all of the Nordic countries are represented via local public libraries and organisations. In Denmark, for example, 25 local libraries and one coffee shop participated in the event. Previously, the game event has taken place on a single day but, this year, participants contributed more resources to keep the event going for a full week.

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SoMe Youth Panel in Denmark

  • Awareness
  • 22/11/2017
  • Danish Safer Internet Centre

The Danish youth ambassador panel, "SoMe Youth Panel", consists of ten young people (six girls and four boys) aged 13-18. They have been recruited from around Denmark with representation from different demographic, ethnic and socio-economic groups and with no special prerequisites for participation other than being young, and being prepared to take part in the workshops and to be the voice of a generation in different contexts. In recruiting young people for the youth panel, the Danish Safer Internet Centre (SIC) benefitted from the great network of schools that Save the Children Denmark (SCDK) and the Centre for Digital Youth Care (CDYC) have built throughout the years of working in the field.

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Want to become a Social Star? A learning resource about hidden commercials on blogs

  • Awareness
  • 26/05/2016
  • Danish Safer Internet Centre
Commercials can be a tricky thing. Most of us are able to spot that a company wants us to buy their products when we watch their commercials, but what if the ad is hidden as a flattering recommendation? Social Star, an online learning resource, is about hidden commercials on blogs.
 
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