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Τraining workshop for CYberSafety Υouth Panel Cyprus

  • Awareness
  • 19/03/2020
  • Cyprus Safer Internet Centre

On Saturday, 1 February 2020, the Cyprus Pedagogical Institute of the Ministry of Education and Culture organised a training workshop for the members of the CYberSafety Youth Panel Cyprus, which 30 people attended.

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Madagascar celebrates Safer Internet Day for the first time

  • Awareness
  • 21/02/2020
  • Telma Foundation, the Malagasy Safer Internet Day Committee

Each year the world celebrates Safer Internet Day (SID) on 11 February. Initiated by the Insafe network of European Safer Internet Centres (SICs), this event aims to raise awareness of the safe use of internet for vulnerable users, such as children and young people.

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Game Work – a workshop about design and production of video games with pupils in 5th grade

  • Awareness
  • 16/05/2016
  • Danish Safer Internet Centre

Children and youth are consumers of so many different technologies but rarely have the chance to have a closer look at what is behind the technology. In May 2015, a group of students from the IT University of Copenhagen Games Education, in collaboration with The Media Council for Children & Young People and the Danish Film Institute, held a workshop for a group of 5th graders, inviting the pupils to have a look behind the scenes of video games development.

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Women in tech: Workshop about online violence and cyber security

In cooperation with the Ministry of Equal Opportunities of the Brussels Capital Region, the Digital Leadership Institute (DLI) lead a seminal campaign called ‘Move It Forward', engaging teens and adult women addressing cyber violence in their communities. 

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