#SaferInternet4EU Awards: time to vote!

Launched during the annual celebration of Safer Internet Day (SID 2018), the #SaferInternet4EU campaign consists of a series of initiatives taking place throughout 2018. The #SaferInternet4EU Awards, a key milestone in the campaign, has just entered its second, and final, phase, namely the public voting phase.

Following the selection of nine finalists by a jury of experts, it's now time for you, the public, to choose your favourite best practice. Before you decide, visit betterinternetforkids.eu/awards, watch all of the promotional videos below as prepared by each of the finalists and be sure to cast your vote before the voting deadline of Wednesday, 31 October 2018.
 
Watch the Commissioner's video message to mark the launch of the public vote below:
 

 
What's next? The Awards ceremony, of course, taking place on 20 November 2018 at the annual Safer Internet Forum (SIF) in Brussels. So in case you want to see the ceremony live, make sure you book your place by registering now.
 

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