Child and Internet

Romania tackles child porn with software

As the Reuters agency reports Romania adopted a new computer system to tackle Internet pornography, which officials fear may rise after the country joined the European Union this year.

They say growing labour migration and easier customs controls will likely encourage the exploitation of children in the southeastern European country, which the United Nations already considers a top source of human trafficking.


Helpline in Poland

Helpline org.pl is a joint project of the Nobody’s Children Foundation and the TP Group Foundation (currently the Orange Foundation), that was launched in 2007 within the “Safer Internet” programme. Its mission is to help children and youth who face threats when using the Internet and mobile phones, and to introduce system changes to provide more effective protection for the youngest users of new technologies.

I-st International Conference KEEPING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE SAFE ONLINE Warsaw, Poland 16-17 October 2007

On the 16-17 th of October at the Sheraton Hotel in Warsaw there took place an International Conference "Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online".

Safer Internet Programme Report

This report presents the major efforts and activities performed in the years 2005-2006 within the Safer Internet programme in Poland.

The full version of the report is available to download below.