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- Bulgarian Safer Internet Centre
16-year-old Bulgarian youth panellist Milena Radoytseva was recently recognised as one of 12 kid activists who are changing their communities and the world for the better by The Washington Post. As a member of the Bulgarian Safer Internet Centre's Youth panel, Milena is making the internet safer for Bulgarian children and their families.Read more
- Greek Safer Internet Centre
In Greece, the 2020 edition of Safer Internet Day (SID) has been one of the most successful yearly events thanks to everyone's support and excitement. More people than ever have expressed their support, participated in events organised either by the Greek Safer Internet Centre (SIC) or in schools and municipalities using material provided by the SIC.Read more
- 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.Read more
- Portuguese Safer Internet Centre
On Tuesday, 11 February 2020, the Portuguese Safer Internet Centre (SIC) celebrated Safer Internet Day (SID), with a focus on the theme "Delete cyberbullying!".Read more
- Greek Safer Internet Centre
The impact of influencers on teenagers and how their psychology is changed by what they see on social media has been at the centre of the seventeeth celebration of Safer Internet Day (SID) in Greece.Read more
- Luxembourg Safer Internet Centre
In 2019, Luxembourgish Safer Internet Centre (SIC) BEE SECURE reviewed its children and youth panels. Below are some highlights and best practice examples.Read more
- 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.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
- João Pedro Martins, BIK Youth Ambassador
In June 2019, three BIK Youth Ambassadors – Lili, Haris and João – had the opportunity to attend EuroDIG 2019 and to participate in YouthDIG in the Hague, Netherlands. Below, João Pedro Martins reflects on his experience.Read more
- Lili Leisser, BIK Youth Ambassador
In June 2019, three BIK Youth Ambassadors – Lili, Haris and João – had the opportunity to attend EuroDIG 2019 and to participate in YouthDIG in the Hague, Netherlands. Below, Lili Leisser reflects on her experience.Read more