Child and Internet

Comprehensive response to child pornography in Bosnia and Herzegovina

"Comprehensive response to child pornography" project is a joint initiative of Centre for Inclusive Education and Save the Children Norway - SEE Regional Office aiming to strengthen the system for prevention of online sexual exploitation of children in Bosnia and Herzegovia. The project is implemented with the financial support of Save the Chidren Norway, the Bosnia and Herzegovina government and the OAK Foundation.

Safer Internet Day 2009 celebrated in Poland

On 10 February 2009 Nobody's Children Foundation and NASK, organizations implementing the European Union's Saferinternet.pl project, organized the Safer Internet Day in Poland.

Internet safety through Council of Europe online game

Wild Web Woods is an online game developed by the Council of Europe. It's a useful tool for teaching children aged about 7 - 10 basic Internet safety in a fun and friendly fairy tale environment. The game currently exists in 20 languages, including Bulgarian, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Romani.

2nd International Conference “Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online”, 18th -19th September 2008, Warsaw

The 2nd International Conference "Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online" will take place at the Kyriad Prestige Hotel in Warsaw, on 18th -19th September 2008.
The conference is organized by the Polish and German Internet safety nodes, which work together within the framework of the European Commission Safer Internet Plus Programme. The main partner of the event is the TP Group Foundation.