About our SID activities
The Safer Internet Day (SID) main event will be held worldwide on Tuesday, 9 February 2021, and the Italian Safer Internet Centre will organise it entirely online.
The key focus of the meeting will be the Minister of Education, along with the presence of the institutions, speakers, students and many more guests connected remotely. The meeting will be live-streamed on the social channel of Generazioni Connesse, the Italian Safer Internet Centre, and will be highlighted by our influencers that will share the event on their social media pages.
Social media will play a much larger role than ever this year because of the interactions with the stakeholders, but also from our main speakers: the students. Every target group will have their own content created ad hoc. For teachers and adults, the consortium members will organise online information webinars to be held through the month of February, dedicated to internet safety.
Along with the event, we will start the communication campaign for the Safer Internet Month, launching the second season of #WeAreFearless, the mini-series to walk the teenagers through the best practice on the use of social media platforms.
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Safer Internet Day call to action
Across the country, we will call upon schools, teachers, children, institutions and organisations to upload their resources and activities on www.generazioniconnesse.it
, to share their planned events to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2021.
What we are doing to support the SID theme of "Together for a better internet"…
A communication campaign will be carried out through all the social media profiles of the Italian Safer Internet Centre and will be supported by all the companies and institutions of the Advisory Board. New video tutorials on topics chosen by SIC experts will also be launched.
The aim of the Italian Safer Internet Day (SID) celebration is to promote a dialogue among institutions, public and private organisations, teachers and students, exploring how we use new technologies to make the internet a better place. Through this year, more than any other, technologies have played a fundamental role, they have been essential to socialise, and a key instrument for teaching, as well as a significative space, to always remain updated. This is why the SID 2021’s goal is to explore how the youth have used these digital tools in a positive way throughout this period.
The main point of the Italian Safer Internet Day 2021 event will be the young from the Youth Panel. The students, along with some experts, will meet with other experts and the Minister of Education, discussing the use of technologies problems and potentialities.