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- Portuguese Safer Internet Centre
In times of lockdown, emergency remote teaching and learning has become the new normal. To ensure that this is carried out in a safe and secure way, the Portuguese Safer Internet Centre launched a campaign targeted to students on national television, and a series of webinars on the topic for teachers.Read more
- Italian Safer Internet Centre
Families, teachers, boys and girls have had their everyday lives turned upside down by this long quarantine, in which all of us have had to redefine our daily routines. In this extraordinary scenario, digital technologies have been having a much larger and central role in the lives of each and every one of us.Read more
- Maltese Safer Internet Centre
Online communication has become our primary means of communication. While one might enter into lengthy debates about the consequences this has on society, it is undeniable that such communication tools have had an impact on us. The Maltese Safer Internet Centre (SIC) has developed guidelines for social media targeted to educators.Read more
- UK Safer Internet Centre
Following months of hard work, planning, writing, biscuits, rewriting, and website development, the UK Safer Internet Centre (SIC) is delighted to announce the launch of ProjectEVOLVE. Do you want a primer on what ProjectEVOLVE means for you - and for UK education? Take a look at the UKSIC's FAQs below and access the just-launched beta.Read more
- Estonian Safer Internet Centre
The Estonian Safer Internet Centre (SIC) shares a concise overview about a discussion published in the Estonian newspaper Õpetajate Leht on the inclusion of digital literacy and basic digital skills in schools across the country.Read more
- Dutch Safer Internet Centre
Over the last few years, the Dutch Safer Internet Centre (SIC) has managed quite well to get young people to participate actively in events related to better internet issues. One of the SIC's main missions is to make youth participation self-evident for partners, and for this purpose, the SIC shares a few lessons learned on youth participation below.Read more
- French Safer Internet Centre
The sixth edition of the French "No to harassment" prize – a competition open to students aged 8-18 – took place on Monday, 3 June 2019, and was organised by the Ministry of Education with the support of the main partners of digital education in France. This nationwide initiative aims to improve the school climate in France by establishing a truly national approach to the fight against bullying.Read more
- Cyprus Safer Internet Centre
From September 2018 to June 2019, the Cyprus Safer Internet Centre (SIC) held a total of 263 lectures, seminars and workshops involving for 9,871 students, 841 teachers and 983 parents.Read more
- UK Safer Internet Centre
Childnet, a partner in the UK Safer Internet Centre (SIC), has completed the 2019 Childnet Film Competition, which is delivered as part of their work for the UK SIC.Read more
- Office of the eSafety Commissioner, the Australian Safer Internet Day Committee
The Office of the eSafety Commissioner is the Australian Safer Internet Day (SID) Committee. In addition to the official theme "Together for a better internet", the organisation encouraged all Australians to collaborate with their communities and support each other in developing the critical skills required for navigating the online world, known as the 4Rs – Respect, Resilience, Reasoning and Responsibility.Read more