Serbian Safer Internet Centre
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In the past two and a half years of CSSIC's (Click Safely Safer Internet Centre Serbia) existence, nearly 38,000 participants (children, youth, parents, teachers and stakeholders) were involved in various events and education and awareness-raising activities organised or co- organised by CSSIC Serbia.
25 per cent of the overall number of reports analysed by the Net Patrola Hotline is actionable child sexual abuse material (CSAM) content.
CSSIC Serbia managed to develop a good network of national partners and stakeholders, and an excellent relationship with the LEA (law enforcement agencies).
Click Safely Safer Internet Centre Serbia (CSSICS) was established in January 2013. The CSSIC Project is implemented by a tripartite consortium - Foundation Fund B92, the Republic of Serbia Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications and the Republic of Serbia Ministry of Interior.
This project is a continuation and upgrade of the ‘Click Safely' Campaign launched in 2009 by the then Digital Agenda Directorate of the RS Ministry for Telecommunications and Information Society.
During the period 2013-2015, the 'Click Safely' Safer Internet Centre Serbia Project was funded by the European Commission (Safer Internet Programme). The project was additionally financially supported by Save the Children for North West Balkans and OAK Foundation, Telenor Serbia, Telekom Serbia, Serbian National Internet Domain Registry and Dräger Technics Belgrade, Compact Industry Svilajnac, and Publishing Division Samizdat B92.
In the course of 2015 and 2016, the CSSIC Project is funded by UNICEF Serbia and the UK Government, the US Embassy in Belgrade and the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications.