Help support SAFER INTERNET DAY 2018
We will all know of someone who has been affected by internet fraud or abuse.
And we will no doubt have expressed our concern and said it is time something is done about the rising tide of internet crime and anti-social behaviour which is blighting all our lives.
Well now we can each play our part with the help of the UK Safety Internet Centre which is co-ordinating Safer Internet Day 2018.
This year the focal point is on Tuesday 6th February and the slogan is: Create, Connect and Share Respect.
We can each of us help to create a better safer internet.
How? By promoting respect for one another when we engage online.
About SAFER INTERNET DAY
SAFER INTERNET DAY is coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre.
This year hundreds of organisations including schools and community groups will be helping to promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology by children and young people.
But of course we are all of us vulnerable online.
Like meerkats we need to watch each another's backs.
SAFER INTERNET DAY provides the opportunity to do so by promoting the positive uses of technology and exploring the role we all play in helping to create a better and safer online community.
The UK Safer Internet Centre is the partnership of three charities:
- the South West Grid for Learning, and
- the Internet Watch Foundation.
It was formed to provide resources for children, schools and families, as well as tools for getting involved in SAFER INTERNET DAY.
It calls upon young people, parents, carers, teachers, social workers, law enforcement, companies, policymakers, and wider, to join together to help create a better internet.
How can you get involved?
- Tell your friends and colleagues.
- Help organise an event.
- Tell your children's school and ask them to organise an activity or assembly.
- Inform the leaders of any clubs and organisations that your children take part in.
- Learn for yourself how you can keep yourself and your family safe on the web.
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