Better Internet for Kids (BIK) bulletin
- BIK Coordination Team
The Better Internet for Kids (BIK) bulletin is a quarterly electronic newsletter with the aim of keeping you informed on better internet issues.
- Read the September 2017 edition here, with a special focus on positive online content.
- Read the June 2017 edition here with a special focus on fake news.
- Read the March 2017 edition here with a special focus on cyberbullying revisited.
- Read the December 2016 edition here with a special focus on online advertising and the commercialisation of children and young people.
- Read the September 2016 edition here with a special Back2School focus to coincide with the start of the new academic year.
- Read the June 2016 edition here with a focus on media and information literacy in Europe. A special sub focus is given to youth as key stakeholders in the internet governance agenda.
- Read the March 2016 edition here with a focus on the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and, specifically, whether it will help to create a better internet for children and young people. We have some great opinion pieces on the topic from a range of experts in the field.
- Read the December 2015 edition here with a focus on children's rights online.
- Read the September 2015 edition here with a focus on internet governance.
- Martina Chapman
In each edition of the BIK bulletin, we look at a topical issue – our latest edition focuses on fake news. Fake news, echo chambers and filter bubbles are hot topics right now. Are they the next generation of online-related challenges? Are they old foes wearing new clothes? Or are they something else? Martina Chapman, an independent specialist in media literacy, considers the role that critical media literacy, supported by cross-sector collaboration and coordination, may have in countering these issues. Read on to find out more (read the full June 2017 edition of the BIK bulletin here).
- BIK Team
In each edition of the BIK bulletin, we look at a topical issue – this month our focus is on "cyberbullying revisited" as we look back at the developments made in recent years in tackling bullying online and highlight some of the latest approaches and resources.