of the Positive Online Content Campaign
For the 2019 edition of the Positive Online Content Campaign (POCC), we collaborated with FSM e. V., the German Association for Voluntary Self-Regulation of Digital Media service providers.
We would also like to extend our warm thanks to members of the Insafe network of Safer Internet Centres (SICs) in Europe, and their partners, who contributed to updating the current state of play of Positive Online Content in their countries, as well as populating the gallery of examples of Positive Online Content for children.
A special thanks also goes to COFACE - Families Europe for suporting the Parents and Educators week of the POCC Awareness Month, as well as to the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) Youth Ambassadors for supporting the Youth week of the Awareness Month.
As the main recipients of the POCC criteria checklist are industry stakeholders who produce and provide children's content, we thank all those organisations and individuals who participated in the industry-centred POC Focus Group in late September 2019.
Finally, this campaign would not have been possible without the work and dedication of the former POSCON (Positive Online Content and Services for Children in Europe) thematic network for placing a spotlight on this important topic, and for the continued advice and support which several original members are still providing on this subject.
The Positive Online Content Campaign is delivered as part of Better Internet for Kids (BIK), a European Commission-funded initiative aimed at creating a better internet for Europe's children and youth. The BIK initiative is now in its third cycle under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) funding instrument. BIK is managed on behalf of the European Commission by European Schoolnet (EUN).