Awareness

National awareness centres focus on raising awareness and understanding of safer internet issues and emerging trends. They run campaigns to empower children, young people, parents, carers and teachers to stay safe online.

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Helplines

Helplines provide information, advice and assistance to children, young people and parents on how to deal with harmful content, harmful contact (such as grooming) and harmful conduct such as (cyberbullying or sexting).

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Hotlines

Hotlines exist to allow members of the public to report illegal content anonymously, and are especially committed to stamping out child sexual abuse material (CSAM) from the internet.

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Industry

Industry partners are key stakeholders in the BIK agenda, working with the European Commission (EC) and Safer Internet Centres (SICs) across Europe to ensure that products and services are safer by design.

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Research

Research partners provide a body of knowledge and evidence on issues affecting children and young people online today, helping to identify emerging trends and shape appropriate responses and resources for the challenges presented.

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Youth

Youth participation allows young people to express their views on online technologies, advise on internet safety and empowerment strategies, help create innovative resources and disseminate eSafety messages to their peers.

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