Projects :: INHOPE-INSAFE
INHOPE-INSAFE: Association of Internet Hotline Providers in Europe (INHOPE) as European Hotline Coordinator in partnership with Insafe European Schoolnet project
The project is a unique collaboration of two networks: the International Association of Internet Hotlines (INHOPE) and the INSAFE Awareness raising network.
This 24 month Integrated Network project is a unique collaboration of two networks: the International Association of Internet Hotlines (INHOPE) and the INSAFE Awareness raising network. Each network will retain its core objectives and responsibilities whilst working together under the Safer Internet Programme umbrella.
INHOPE is a membership association founded in 1999 under the European Commission Safer Internet Action Plan, consisting of 36 member hotlines in 31 countries with an Executive Board with legal responsibility for the Association.
Insafe is a European network set up by the European Commission in 2004 and coordinated by EUN Partnership aisbl, a consortium of 31 education ministries from across Europe and beyond. Today Insafe comprises 27 Awareness Centres in 27 countries and 20 Helplines.
The aim of the project is to reinforce the impact and effectiveness of both networks, providing increased visibility of positive and negative technology and solutions for the risks they engender. This will be enhanced by closer collaboration with education, law enforcement, industry and government at national and international level. The project is designed to quantify impact and build and share knowledge and best practice enabling a more cohesive and coordinated pan European approach.
Jozef Israelskade 46 V
1072 SB Amsterdam
Tel. +353 879704587
Fax. +353 12937897
Coordinator: INTERNET HOTLINE PROVIDERS IN EUROPE ASSOCIATION (, THE NETHERLANDS
|INTERNET HOTLINE PROVIDERS IN EUROPE ASSOCIATION (||THE NETHERLANDS|
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Last update: 26/06/2012