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Safer Internet IS SIC: SAFT: Community, Family and Technology (SAmfélag, Fjölskylda og Tækni)

Aiming at devising a targeted awareness campaign for internet and new media safety in Iceland building on previous efforts in promoting safe and enjoyable internet use.

The objective of the project is to devise a cohesive, hard-hitting and targeted awareness campaign for internet and new media safety in Iceland. The target groups are children, parents, the school community and other stakeholders. The campaign will use the most appropriate media, taking into account best practices and experiences in other countries.

The project will continue with well establish partnership with key stakeholders (i.e. educators, government agencies, press/media, parent associations and the industry). It will also co-operate with other national nodes by exchanging information about best practices, participating in meetings and designing and implementing a European wide approach in reaching the target groups, adapted as necessary for national linguistic and cultural preferences. Focus will also be on strengthening the already existing platform, build in the previous projects, were the aim was to work towards providing a pool of expertise.

During the project term a set of awareness tools will be developed. The awareness focus will be on online bullying, sexting, grooming, net-ethics, source criticism, mobile phone-, internet-, and computer/online game-use with education models (including peer-to-peer modules), media campaigns, brochures and posters. The SAFT website will continue to function as the main portal for support or information on children’s save use of the internet and new media and the Helpline and Hotline will continue to be developed with national partners.

Contact information

JONSSON GUDBERG K.
SUDURLANDSBRAUT 24
108 REYKJAVIK
IS
Tel. +354 5627475
Fax. +354 5627478

Participants

Coordinator: HEIMILI OG SKOLI-LANDSSAMTOK FORELDRA, ICELAND

Participating partners:

Organisation Country
HEIMILI OG SKOLI-LANDSSAMTOK FORELDRA ICELAND
LYOHEILSUSTOO ICELAND
BARNAHEILL ICELAND

Last update: 17/01/2012

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