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- French Safer Internet Centre
In order to introduce young people to coding and to the digital culture, the French Safer Internet Centre (SIC) produced "Code-Décode", a set of gamified educational resources.Read more
- Dutch Safer Internet Centre
In 2019, the Dutch Safer Internet Centre (SIC) has started a collaboration with Flavour, a non-profit organisation that engages with children on different key topics through gamification. One such topic is cybercrime – for this purpose, the Flavour team invented a game, called HackShield.Read more
- Portuguese Safer Internet Centre
In September 2019, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, the Portuguese Safer Internet Centre (SIC) participated in a round table on addictive behaviours on the topic "Game and screen – Interaction and hazards".Read more
- Latvian Safer Internet Centre
Online games play a significant role in young people's lives. In Latvia, almost half (44 per cent) of them admit playing online games at least once a week. Why are children and young people so enthusiastic about online games? How should parents handle this phenomenon?Read more
- BIK Team
Youth panellists from the Insafe network's national youth panels are invited to participate in a new webinar focusing on gaming. Taking place on Tuesday, 23 May 2017 from 17:00 CEST, the webinar is part of a wider elearning programme that aims to empower youth and provide them with the necessary knowledge and skills to be responsible digital citizens, able to benefit from meaningful participation and involvement in discussions that matter to them.Read more