Today, more than 140 countries worldwide, including all 28 countries of the European Union, along with many organisational supporters, are celebrating Safer Internet Day (SID) for the fifteenth consecutive year.

6 February 2018 is a big day for internet users worldwide! Organised by the joint Insafe-INHOPE network, with the support of the European Commission, we would like to invite you to help us spread the word about the 15th consecutive edition of the landmark Safer Internet Day (SID) campaign.

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On Tuesday 7 February 2017, we celebrated the 14th edition of Safer Internet Day (SID). With a theme of "Be the change: Unite for a better internet", the day called upon all stakeholders to join together to make the internet a safer and better place for all, and especially for children and young people.

Taking place on Tuesday, 7 February 2017 with a theme of 'Be the change: Unite for a better internet', the campaign calls upon all stakeholders to join together to make the internet a safer and better place for all, and especially children and young people.

European Schoolnet and DIGITALEUROPE launched on 6 December the fifth and final edition of the e-Skills Manifesto as part of the eSkills for Jobs 2016 campaign.

European Schoolnet's EMINENT 2016 Conference: The Quest for European Digital Citizenship Prague, 18 November 2016

The sixth edition of the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) bulletin has been published and this time it focuses on the importance of media and information literacy. As today we get most of our information through an interwoven system of media technologies and web content, the ability to read many types of media is more topical than ever.

Insafe's latest report, supported by Kaspersky, found that the helplines are in an ideal position to identify new and emerging risks in relation to internet safety. The purpose of the research was to help identify success factors which can be used by European helplines to assess their impact and share their best practices.

Brussels, 6 April, 2016. Available now: the free ENABLE resource pack to provide teachers and families with the skills, knowledge and confidence to promote the well-being of young people.

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