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SIC+ countries meet to discuss awareness raising and youth participation

Global participants in the SIC+ programme recently took part in a webinar to share experiences and good practices relating to awareness raising and youth participation in online safety issues. The Insafe and INHOPE networks launched the SIC+ initiative with the aim of extending and replicating the successful Safer Internet Centre (SIC) model beyond Europe.

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Irish Safer Internet Centre: COVID-19 resources

The Irish Safer Internet Centre has published a number of articles and resources (in English) on staying safe online during the COVID-19 pandemic. Below you can find them organised by topic.

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A look back at the World Anti-Bullying Forum 2019 in Ireland

  • Awareness
  • 13/01/2020
  • Irish Safer Internet Centre

Dublin City University was home to the largest ever gathering of experts, educators, parents and policy makers, to discuss and share ideas on the best possible methods to tackle bullying, cyberbullying and promote online safety at the World Anti-Bullying Forum 2019.

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A look back on the Safer Internet Day Awards 2019 in Ireland

  • Awareness
  • 20/12/2019
  • Irish Safer Internet Centre

Over 15 schools have been awarded for their online safety initiatives, with 200 students being recognised at the first Safer Internet Day (SID) Awards ceremony, at an exclusive awards ceremony in Microsoft DreamSpace.

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Deepfakes explained

  • Awareness
  • 20/12/2019
  • Irish Safer Internet Centre

Deepfakes are computer-created artificial videos in which images are combined to create new footage that depicts events, statements or action that never actually happened. The results can be quite convincing. Deepfakes differ from other forms of false information by being very difficult to identify as false. Deepfakes are fake videos created using digital software, machine learning and face swapping.

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SID 2020 in Ireland - Teaching respect online with "Connected"

  • Awareness
  • 20/12/2019
  • Irish Safer Internet Centre

The Irish Safer Internet Centre (SIC) introduces "Connected", a short film they produced, exploring how young people communicate and connect online.

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European Media Literacy Week: Webwise's "HTML Heroes" wins most educative media literacy project

  • Awareness
  • 21/03/2019
  • Irish Safer Internet Centre

Webwise's newest education programme, "HTML Heroes: An introduction to the internet", has received a European Media Literacy Award for most educative media literacy project at the recent European Media Literacy Conference in Brussels. The awards ceremony was hosted by Giuseppe Abbamonte, Director Media Policy at the European Commission's DG CONNECT.

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Safer Internet Day 2019 in Ireland: HTML Heroes, SID Ambassadors, Awards and more

  • Awareness
  • 27/02/2019
  • Irish Safer Internet Centre

Across Ireland, Safer Internet Day (SID) has attracted more participants than ever before. This year, almost 145,000 people signed up to Safer Internet Day in the Ireland Event Map, highlighting what they were doing to celebrate Safer Internet Day. Over 140 countries observe Safer Internet Day worldwide, and that number is growing each year. To mark Safer Internet Day 2019, on Tuesday, 5 February 2019, Webwise, the internet safety initiative of the Department of Education and Skills and Irish Safer Internet Centre (SIC), launched a new educational resource called "HTML Heroes – An Introduction to the Internet".

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Living our best lives: Managing your online wellbeing, Zeminar 2018

  • Youth
  • 11/01/2019
  • Irish Safer Internet Centre

Last week, Webwise once again took to the main stage at Zeminar Youth Conference, an event that focuses on the mental and physical wellbeing of 15-20-year-olds. The one-hour talk, "Living our best lives: Managing your online well-being", was hosted by Stephen Byrne (RTÉ).

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10 ways to get involved in Safer Internet Day 2019

  • Awareness
  • 10/01/2019
  • Irish Safer Internet Centre

Safer Internet Day 2019 is fast approaching. The Irish Safer Internet Centre (SIC) suggests some easy ways to get involved and promote this important topic in your school, club or community.

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