Insafe resources: Decision trees

These decision tree resources have been created addressing online issues young people may encounter online, such as online bullying, queries they might have regarding posting content and their online friendships. Produced by the Helplines Working Group, the decision trees are part of the ‘Think about' series inviting young people to reflect on their online behaviour and how to protect themselves online.

***Updated March 2017 with new Spanish resources***

The decision trees are a useful tool for helpline staff, providing guidance on how to pose questions and respond to young people on these specific topics: 
  • Think about your online contacts' raises awareness of online ‘friends', encouraging young users to think about their online contacts and how they can use privacy controls to protect their personal information.
Download the decision trees in your own language below:
 
Bulgarian
Estonian
Finnish
Flemish
French

French language versions are also available from the Luxembourgish SIC's BEE SECURE website.

German

German language versions are also available from the Luxembourgish SIC's BEE SECURE website.

Greek

Hungarian
Polish
Portuguese

Spanish


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