HUNGARY Safer Internet Centre
Safer Internet Day in Hungary
Safer Internet Day is an international day of action, held each year in February to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones. In Hungary, the Awareness Centre, International Children’s Safety Service (ICSS) initiates and coordinates activities and events on Safer Internet Day.
Safer Internet Day 2013 activities in Hungary
1. Press conference in Budapest
As the central element of our SID campaign on February 5th ICSS will organise a press conference in Budapest in cooperation. Representatives of the media, NGOs, the educational sector and government participates in the press event as well as members of the Saferinternet HU Advisory Board.
Prize giving ceremony for volunteer teachers
Video conference from Safer Internet events across the country
Lounching the new online game: "Follow the hacker!"
2. SID event in Szeged
The Szeged University Department of Information Technology Applications and the International Children's Safety Service (Safer Internet Programme) organizes a SID event in Szeged.
Albert Szent-Györgyi Agora
05.02. 2012. 14-16 pm.
Lectures on safe Internet use, threats, fraud prevention.
3. Workshops across the country with volunteers and SIP trainers
Local events, presentations, interactive internet safety lessons will be organized by local SIP teachers as well across the country, some with media coverage.
4. National TV campaign
The official SID spot will be aired on all international TV stations of the UPC network in Hungary for one month.
The Hungarian Safer Internet Centre
As part of the European Commission’s Safer Internet Plus (SIP) programme, the Hungarian Safer Internet Centre, was established in April 2009 and consists of the following consortium:
For more information visit: www.saferinternet.hu
Report illegal online content to the national Hotline: www.biztonsagosinternet.hu
Contact the national helpline: www.kek-vonal.hu
In 2013 we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Safer Internet Day with the slogan “Connect with respect!”.