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SAFER INTERNET DK AN-HL-HELP: Safer internet combined nodes denmark
The Safer Internet Denmark combined nodes consists of an Awareness Node run by the Danish Media Council for Children and Young People, a hotline run by Save the Children Denmark and a helpline run by Cyberhus. The partners each have long standing experience and expertise in their respective areas of work within the project.
The Media Council has acted as Awareness Node in Denmark since 2004 under the Safer Internet plus programme and accordingly in the international framework of the network Insafe. Thus, it is established as the key resource and knowledge centre for children’s use of the internet and mobile. A strong network of national stakeholders, among others the Ministry of Education, support the awareness node project and ensures the dissemination of the surveys, educational materials, information and advice targeted parents and teachers. The new project will see an increased focus on children as a direct target group as well as expert sources in the development of awareness campaigns.
Save the Children Denmark has since 1998 operated a hotline against child abuse images on the internet and has a well-consolidated collaboration with the Danish National High Tech Crime Center, the National Danish Police. Thus, the hotline will continue to represent a valid option for the public in regards to reporting child abuse material online.
The project also includes an online chat counselling service and a telephone helpline with a particular focus on handling requests related to unpleasant online experiences run by the organisation Cyberhus, established in 2004, whose current core service is an anonymous and confidential chat counselling service for kids and teens.
Tel. +45 33743476
Fax. +45 33743479
Coordinator: DET DANSKE FILMINSTITUT, DENMARK
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Last update: 16/10/2010