Serbian Safer Internet Day Committee - Centar za nestalu i zlostavljanu decu (Center for Missing and Exploited Children)
About our SID activities
For the International Safer Internet Day, the Center for Missing and Exploited Children is organizing an award contest for children in the Republic of Serbia called "Together for a Safer Internet!"
The task for children is to design and make a poster with the aim of pointing out the dangers lurking on the Internet for their peers and advising them on how to be safer in the online environment.
The best posters will be uploaded on our site and social media platforms.
What we are doing to support the SID 2023 slogan of "Together for a better internet"…
We constantly conduct activities that promote safer and better use of the Internet. We have organized more than 800 educational workshops for children, parents and teachers focused on the topic of safe(er) internet.
In addition to educations, the Center regularly publishes educational articles and posts on social media that aim to inform children and general public about news related to the Internet and potential solutions to problems.
The centre also conducts research that explores how children behave online and what they encounter online, with the goal of creating a safer online environment for all children.
What we are doing to mark the 20th anniversary of Safer Internet Day…
Mission of the Center for Missing and Exploited Children is to protect and promote children rights and to improve the safety and security of children.
The mission is foreseen to be achieved through preventive educational and other activities, advocacy activities, introduction of new protective mechanisms, as well as through providing necessary psychological, legal and/or humanitarian aid and support to children, young people and their families in cases of existing of suspected violence.
The focus of our work is, above all, undertaking activities aimed to improving safety of children on the street, at school and on the internet, as well as supporting families and improving conditions and institutional mechanisms for finding missing children.