The focus topic for this edition is Online extremism and radicalisation - you'll find a range of articles and resources from key stakeholders in the field looking at the issue.

Press release | Prague, 27 May 2015 The Insafe network of Safer Internet Centres begins a two-day meeting in Prague, exchanging knowledge and experience about the latest online issues and trends, considering what the future of technology holds and how it may impact the work of Awareness Centres and Helplines in Europe.

The Youth Manifesto publication, which outlines the ten key principles that European youth have identified as essential to creating a better internet for the future, is now available online!

For many young people in the early 21st century, their online personality, social interactions and activities are as important as their life in the physical world. Teachers, therefore, need to recognize this and help young people make the most of the opportunities online technologies and social media offer to develop key competences – and, crucially, become reflective and responsible citizens.

ENABLE is a two-year project co-funded by the European Commission, which has an over-riding mission to protect children's rights. The project aims to reduce bullying in schools, through in-depth investigation and implementation of impactful actions. The ENABLE public launch will take place in Athens on 11-12 March 2015.

Today more than 100 countries worldwide, including all 28 countries of the European Union, are celebrating Safer Internet Day (SID) for the twelfth year running.

Building on its past expertise on the topic of e-Skills and on the success of the previous campaigns, DIGITALEUROPE together with European Schoolnet have been successfully awarded the bid to manage the new e-Skills for Jobs 2015 – 2016 Communication and Awareness raising campaign.

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