Child and Internet

EC: public consultations on children’s rights

All citizens and organizations, especially those dealing with children's rights, are welcome to contribute to the consultation of European Commission's Communication on the Rights of the Child (2011-2014). The objective of the Communication is to further advance the EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child, first launched in 2006.

4th International Conference Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online

Polish (Nobody's Children Foundation and NASK) and German ( Safer Internet Centers are pleased to invite you to attend the 4th International Conference "Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online", which will take place at the Novotel Airport Hotel in Warsaw, on 28th - 29th September 2010.
The Warsaw conference will bring together approx. 500 representatives from the education sector, NGOs, law enforcement, government and industry. It will address a wide variety of issues relating to children and young people's safety online, such as the use of social networking sites, privacy, safe use of mobile phones, online games, etc.

Child on the Web campaign

On June 8th, the Polish Safer Internet Centre (Nobody's Children Foundation, NASK), together with the Children's Ombudsman and under the patronage of Polish National Police, inaugurated the new edition of the „Child on the Web" social campaign under the slogan "Every move online leaves a trace...".

Protecting children online conference

On 6th May 2010 in Brussels the European NGO Alliance for Child Safety Online (eNACSO) will hold the conference "Protecting Children Online". The conference will mark the launch the eNACSO's call for action and recommendations to government's, industry and other relevant stakeholders. The conference will bring together children's rights organisations, senior EU policy-makers, industry representatives, and others to discuss issues including children and the new breed of location services, the EU challenges of protecting children online, children and the EU's Digital Agenda.