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INTERNET
Article 17 United Nations
Convention on the Rights of the
Child
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We have the right to get information
that is important to your well-being
from radio, newspapers, books,
computer, and other sources.
Adults should make sure that the
information we are getting is not
harmful and help us find and
understand the information we need.
AWARENESS
Children
Parents
Teachers
CHILDREN
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Do not accept people you don’t know .
Do not give away personal information –
protect your privacy.
Report dangerous situations whenever you
feel uneasy. (add link)
Never meet people in person who you
have met virtually.
Respect the image and data of other
people.
Consider uploading materials concerning
yourself and others.
PARENTS
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Communicate with your children without
interfering in their privacy.
Find alternative ways of spending free time with
your children to prevent boredom and dangers
that follow.
Treat the meetings organized by the school
seriously and with respect.
Seek more information about the dangers of the
internet. (add link)
Do not ban the use of computer when not
needed.
Finally, lead by example.
TEACHERS
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Inform young children (aged 7 and above)
about internet safety.
Show students specific ways of seeking
help.
Include Internet safety in lesson plans.
Cooperate in the workshops organized by
the ombudspersons.
Take every chance to talk to the students
about the Internet safety.
OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS
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Campaign led by young people:
> leaflets
> billboards
> charity events
> access to media (TV, radio, newspapers)
> CDs-videos with testimonies of victims handed
out in schools
> rolling boards
> workshops
> age-appropriate resources
> private sponsors
OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS
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review, change and reinforce legislations
> discussions ensuring participation of
children and young people
> at a national and European level
encourage collaboration between relevant
stakeholders and website corporations and
companies
government should include internet safety
in the curriculum
Recommendation
Level/
responsible
(Ombudspersons,
ENOC, yp)
Action
Time
1) Promoting Internet
Safety through websites.
Ombudspersons, ENOC
Encourage teachers,
parents and children
to raise awareness
through websites.
Within the
next 6
months.
2) Campaign led by young
people.
Young people with the
support of the
Ombudspersons
Create awareness
through different
types of media.
Ongoing
3) Revising Legislation.
Ombudspersons and
ENOC
Influence
government for
change.
1-5 years
4) Curriculum
Ombudspersons
Encourage
Government to
include internet
safety in the schools’
curriculum.
1-5 years
5) Cooperation
Ombudspersons,
Website owners,
NGOs
Establish
consensus to
ensure safety
Ongoing
Created By:
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Alexander Strzelecki
Anna Jastrzembska
Bernice Farrugia
Milica Kopuz
Naomi Camilleri
Thank you for your attention 
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