Argentina Safer Internet Day Committee - Asociación Civil

Last updated: 2024-02-06

About our SID activities

For Safer Internet Day and’s 25th anniversary, today we launched the campaign “You talked, you won.” With the aim of encouraging conversations about complex topics of digital life and reflecting on the challenges of the daily use of technology by children, adolescents and also adults. 

When should children have their cell phone? What about sharenting? What positive use can they have of AI? How do video games influence their lives? These dilemmas arise daily in every family, and we believe that they cannot be avoided: only through dialogue between generations we can make a safer Internet. 

“You talked, you won” includes four short videos that promote conversations about digital wellbeing: a father worried because his daughter wants to play Playstation all the time, a teenager who wants to use Chat GPT to do homework, a child who wants to have his first cell phone and a mother who publishes a photo of her daughter without her consent, are the triggers to delve deeper into these issues.

Also, with the aim of facilitating family conversations, the campaign includes an online and offline card game with activities to encourage these dialogues in a playful way. In order to accompany those conversations, we launched our new Wiki about technology and childhood to use as a resource. The Wiki is collaborative so that experts, teachers and families can be able to suggest changes and add new concepts.

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What we are doing to mark the 20th anniversary of Safer Internet Day…

To create a better Internet, we empower children, adolescents and young people to make critical and creative use of digital media. We also accompany families with resources for digital parenting and educators of all levels with teacher training proposals and activities for students.

We work from a rights-based approach in Argentina and the region so that girls, boys, adolescents and young people exercise full digital citizenship from an active, critical and creative role in a protected environment free of violence. We believe that they have a lot to say and that, as inhabitants of the digital ecosystem, it is essential to provide them with tools so that they can participate in this space, take care of themselves, and express themselves freely.

We recently launched a WIKI space with terms related to technology and the rights of children and adolescents. Specialists from different sectors, children and adolescents participated in the construction of each concept.

Our organisation completed 25 years of experience focused on:

  • The responsible and safe use of technology 
  • Critical and reflective use of technology
  • Active, creative and participatory use of technology

About us is a non-profit civil society organisation that works to improve the quality of life of children and adolescents. Since its launch in 1998, it has worked in pursuit of the well-being of children, adolescents and youth in the connected society and towards an integral education for digital culture.
Its approach seeks to include digital media as facilitators of access to information and quality content, education, social and school inclusion, and the right to expression and participation. With this objective in mind, designs and implements lines of research, development of didactic resources, awareness campaigns, training for children and youth and professional development programs for educators in Argentina and the region in all formats: synchronous, asynchronous, hybrid, self-managed or with tutoring. 

In partnership with the public and private sectors and other organisations, designs and implements national and regional projects to ensure that technology has a key and transformational role in the lives of children in Latin America and the Caribbean. 

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