Slovenian Safer Internet Centre
About our SID activities
An interactive online talk show with experts on the impact of harmful online content on young people, focusing on the effects and problems of online pornography, will be held as one of the main events of SID in February 2023. A webinar for parents on the same topic will also take place in February 2023.
Various online and offline materials such as leaflets and posters will also be produced, published and disseminated. It is expected that the poster will be distributed to all Slovenian primary and secondary schools.
For SID 2023, we will continue our tradition and expand Safer Internet Day into Safer Internet Month. We are offering schools in Slovenia the opportunity to register to participate in the celebration of SID. After registering, teachers and schools will receive a toolkit with activities for the classroom and a badge to promote them as SID on their school website. One of the key activities included in the toolkit for schools is an online survey for students in the last triad in primary and secondary education (young people aged 12-19) which explores the impact of inappropriate online content (such as online pornography) and behaviours (sexting, sending and receiving inappropriate photos/videos) on their development.
We will also launch various Facebook/Twitter/Instagram campaigns encouraging our fans and followers to actively engage in discussions and share their views and opinions. We will also run a series of training sessions for parents/teachers and workshops for pupils and secondary school students.
What we are doing to support the SID 2023 slogan of "Together for a better internet"…
Every year, the Slovenian awareness centre encourages schools to prepare their own activities for Safer Internet Day (SID). To encourage participation effectively, we prepare a SID Toolkit each year, which includes lesson plans with activities for different age groups, decision trees, leaflets, videos and other interesting tools that can be used in the classroom. We also create a map of schools involved in SID to show that all regions of the country are covered.
What we are doing to mark the 20th anniversary of Safer Internet Day…
We will mark the 20th anniversary of Safer Internet Day on our social networking channels (Facebook/Twitter/Instagram).
Safer Internet Centre Slovenia is the national project promoting and ensuring a better internet for kids. The project is co-financed by the European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA), in Slovenia financial support also comes from the Government Information Security Office. The project is run by a consortium of partners coordinated by Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana, Academic and Research Network of Slovenia (Arnes), Slovenian Association of Friends of Youth (ZPMS) and Youth Information and Counselling Center of Slovenia (MISSS).