Austrian Safer Internet Centre - Saferinternet.at
About our SID activities
Safer Internet Day (SID) is a special occasion for the Austrian awareness centre Saferinternet.at to promote a more responsible use of digital media and invite the public at large to reflect on this topic.
Since 2011, we have extended the campaign from a one-day event to a Safer Internet Month of Activity in February: Like in previous years, Austrian schools and youth centres are invited to celebrate Safer Internet Day with various self-designed activities throughout the month of February. Participating schools and youth centres will receive useful materials to support their planned activities, including best-practice examples, project ideas and lesson plans etc. for inspiration. The Best Practices of 2022 will be published and three entries will be awarded. The campaign is supported by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research.
Furthermore, we will publish the results of a survey on the topic of cyberbullying conducted among adolescents (11 to 17 years) in Austria. In order to maximise media attention, we will give our traditional big annual Saferinternet.at press conference some days before SID, to present the initiative Saferinternet.at as well as the results of our survey.
In March 2022, again current data on social media use of adolescents will be presented with the Austrian Youth Internet Monitor (www.jugendinternetmonitor.at).
What we are doing to support the SID 2022 slogan of "Together for a better internet"…
Saferinternet.at invites all Austrian institutions, organisations, schools and youth centres to celebrate Safer Internet Day through various self-designed activities and thereby, to spread the SID message "Together for a better internet"!
The Austrian Safer Internet Centre consists of the Austrian Awareness Centre Saferinternet.at (www. saferinternet.at), the Helpline Rat auf Draht (www.rataufdraht.at) and the Hotline Stopline (www.stopline.at).
It is coordinated by the Austrian Institute for Applied Telecommunications (ÖIAT, www.oiat.at). One of the consortium partners is also the Association of Austrian Internet Service Providers (ISPA, www.ispa.at). Saferinternet.at cooperates intensely with public authorities, non-governmental organisations and industry partners.
The initiative is funded by the European Commission (Safer Internet Programme), federal ministries and the internet industry (A1, Huawei and Facebook).