The Norwegian Media Authority SIC-NO The Norwegian Media Authority SIC-NO

Safer Internet Centre Norway is based upon a close cooperation between Red Cross' helpline «Kors på halsen» (Cross my heart) and The Norwegian Media Authority. Together we aim to ensure that children across Norway are empowered to make sensible choices in their everyday digital life. We give advices and produce educational and awareness-raising material and tools that can be used by children and young people, parents and teachers.

The Norwegian Media Authority is the national coordinator for initiatives regarding online child safety. Knowledge about children and young people's digital lives are vital to ensure effective awareness raising and the Norwegian Media Authority has since 2003 performed bi-annual surveys amongst children, young people and parents. In addition to the co-funding from the European Commission, the Norwegian Media Authority receives funding from four different ministries to coordinate work on a national level.

Safer Internet Day 2014

Safer Internet Day 2014 will be celebrated worldwide on Tuesday 11 February 2014. The Safer Internet Centre Norway aims to ensure that all children and youth will experience a Safer Internet Day – everyday!

The Norwegian Media Authority co-operates with Red Cross' helpline «Kors på halsen» (Cross my heart) on Safer Internet Centre Norway. Together we aim to ensure that children across Norway are empowered to make sensible choices in their everyday digital life.

Tuesday 11 February 2014 we will release several awareness-raising material and tools that can be used by children and young people, parents and teachers.

The «Digiduck» is an English book translated to Norwegian and has become a digital book with voice-over by the well-known Norwegian television host Andreas Solberg Wahl.  We will also release a guide for parents whose children use social medias. And finally we will launch a guide for industry who wants to make good sites and applications for children.

Medietilsynet/Trygg bruk-senteret

www.tryggbruk.no