Along with the scholastic community, institutions and both public and private stakeholders have a key role in the Italian Safer Internet Centre’s actions. To highlight everyone’s work, two specific sections dedicated to the main stakeholders of the Italian Safer Internet Centre (SIC) have been created on the Generazioni Connesse website:
- One for schools, on which teachers can upload the projects created with their students.
- One for companies, on which partners can share their initiatives, events and contents dedicated to education and updates on the online world.
Other Safer Internet Day actions in Italy included the following.
Presentation of an ePolicy platform
An official register was created of every institution that has successfully completed a Generazioni Connesse course, producing an ePolicy document as a final result.
The Italian Safer Internet Centre supported schools in creating an eSafety Policy document
Presentation of survey data
To mark Safer Internet Day, a new survey was published: “Young and digital during COVID-19”. It was administered with the support of Skuola.net, Università degli Studi di Firenze, and Sapienza Università di Roma.
A new survey looked at the impact of COVID-19 on young people’s online habits
A new season of the mini-series #WeAreFearless, which tackles key issues of being online such as cyberbullying and fake news, was launched.
A new season of the #WeAreFearless mini-series was launched on the occasion of Safer Internet Day 2021
Find out more about Safer Internet Day in Italy. Alternatively, find out more about the work of the Italian Safer Internet Centre, including its awareness raising, helpline, hotline and youth participation services – or find similar information for Safer Internet Centres throughout Europe.