Luxembourg Safer Internet Centre - BEE SECURE

About our SID activities

All activities in Luxembourg will be dedicated to Safer Internet Day (SID) during the SID week. With many partners, BEE SECURE will organise lots of school trainings, parent's evenings and many more activities to promote the day.
To reach a maximum of Luxembourg residents, BEE SECURE will be organising a press conference before SID to inform about:
  • SID as a worldwide activity day.
  • The publication of the Annual Report 2019.
  • The publication of new awareness resources and the annual campaign.
  • All the SID activities in Luxembourg.
SID activities in Luxembourg
  • (11/02) Film screening of "HER" in collaboration with Kinepolis for secondary school classes with following discussion led by BEE SECURE.
  • (11/02) Presentation on the theme "Boris Buses, Wine Boxes, Kippers & Dead Cats ?!" - How to tackle disinformation and understand manipulation on the internet on the part of Chris Pinchen from BEE SECURE (EN).
    • organised by the Representation of the European Commission in Luxembourg in collaboration with SMILE and BEE SECURE.
  • (11/02) Conference - Child sexual abuse: the prophylaxis of the aggressor is the protection of the victim
    • - What is the situation in Luxembourg?
    • - organised by the "Kanner-Jugendtelefon".
  • (11/02) A Digital Privacy Salon under the direction of a BEE SECURE trainer.
    • organised by Chris Pinchen.
  • (11/02) "Live am Studio", activity with young people learning to recognise the motives of the TV channels and the differences in the coverage of events by producing their own information programme in a studio with a "green screen".
    • organised by the Media Factory.
  • (11/02) Launch of the Lëtz Cybersecurity Challenge 2020
    • This competition is organised within the framework of the European Cybersecurity Challenge (ECSC), an initiative of the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). Through the LCSC, talents will be recruited for the national team which will represent the Grand Duchy at the next ECSC to be held in Vienna in November 2020.
      • organised by SMILE.
  • (11/02) Conference around the theme "Safer Internet" and the dangers on the web in Esch-Alzette.
    • organised by Soroptimist International - Union Luxembourgeoise.
  • (11/02) Walk-In under the theme "Together for a better Internet" at Makerspace Base1 at the Forum Geesseknäpchen.
    • organised by BEE CREATIVE.
  • (11/02 & 12/02) Café parents as part of the SID under the theme "The child and the screens" in Esch-Alzette (FR & LU).
    • organised by the Kannerschlass Foundation.
  • (12/02) Evening for parents around the theme "The child and the screens" in Esch-Alzette.
    • organised by the Kannerschlass Foundation.
  • (12/02) Evening discussion for parents on the topic of safe and responsible use of digital media and technology.
    • organised by BEE SECURE, the Kanner-Jugendtelefon and the Lëtzebuerg Police.
  • (14/02) Screening of a film followed by workshops on data collection, surveillance and confidentiality at the Saint-Anne Private School.
    • organised by BEE SECURE and the "Zentrum fir politesch Bildung".
  • (19/02) Winter edition of the DigiRallye for the Relais Houses. This treasure hunt offers different stages and activities related to Internet security.
    • organised by BEE SECURE, in collaboration with various partners.
  • (17/02 - 21/02) Computer discovery 9 - 77 years old.
    • organised by Culture Info.
  • Publications on Gust MEES 'blog (EN - FR) and on "Digital Citizenship" (EN)
The press conference will assure a good press coverage on SID itself to inform a large public all over Luxembourg.

What we are doing to support the SID 2020 slogan of "Together for a better internet"…

Each year, BEE SECURE provides about 1,000 trainings (mainly at schools) and organises more than 40 events – both activity strands forming perfect platforms to promote the awareness resources, yearly thematic campaigns, and transfer of information on general safer internet topics to our target groups. BEE SECURE aims at strengthening children and young people to benefit from the online world with its multiple possibilities and empower them to become responsible cyber citizens.
By creating attractive opportunities, BEE SECURE tries to animate children and youngsters to use and train their digital competencies to contribute to a better internet.

About us

BEE SECURE is the Luxembourg Safer Internet Centre (SIC) providing awareness raising as well as a counselling service, the BEE SECURE Helpline, and a website for reporting illegal content, the BEE SECURE Stopline.
BEE SECURE is supported by the Ministry of Education, Children and Youth, the Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Family Affairs, Integration and the Greater Region. As Safer Internet Centre in the frame of the European programme "Connecting Europe Facility" (CEF), it is a member of the European networks Insafe and INHOPE.
BEE SECURE is operated by the National Youth Administration (Service National de la Jeunesse - SNJ) and the children and young people helpline (Kanner-Jugendtelefon - KJT).

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