Child and Internet

3..2..1.. Internet – class scenario about Internet safety

Nobody's Children Foundation from Poland in cooperation with Microsoft and Krzysztof Hołowczyc's "Safe Driver Foundation" has launched a project promoting safe usage of the Internet and new technologies among senior primary school children (from 12 till 14 years of age), called "3..2..1..Internet". Krzysztof Hołowczyc is a famous Polish rally driver, very popular among children and young people. As a person engaged in different social activities he agreed to support the Internet safety initiative and become an "Internet safety Ambassador" for "3...2...1... Internet" project.

Sieciaki on Holidays tour

"Sieciaki on Holiday" is an educational campaign run by Nobody's Children Foundation in cooperation with Orange Foundation since 2006. Team of young animators travels around Poland organizing outdoor events on Internet safety in the most popular holiday destinations. In 2009 there were 7 such picnics. The inauguration took place in Cracow on 16th of June.
The main goal of the campaign is to teach children, through games and other fun, outdoor activities, how to be safe online, what to do when encounter dangerous content in the Internet and where to seek help in case of Internet related problems.

Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online

Polish and German Safer Internet Centres are organizing the 3rd International Conference "Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online". The event will take place in Warsaw at the Marriott Hotel on September 29-30.

Polish Network against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

In June 2009 a group of Polish organizations providing assistance to abused children and children at risk joined ECPAT International Network as a new affiliate group. The cooperation was initiated and is coordinated by the Nobody's Children Foundation.