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Resource Catalogue Bratislava March 2014

2014-08-27T21:06:28

This resource catalogue showcases the best resources across the Insafe network (comprising 31 Safer Internet Centres across Europe) in 2014. It includes resources on cyberbullying, online relationships, internet guides for children, handbooks for teachers, eSafety tips for students, etc.

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Age range:Older than 12 years old.
Keywords:digital, esfaety, cyberbullying, video, animations, application, guide, games
Resource type:guide, other, tool
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Resources in Cyberbullying Prevention

Top Resources in Cyberbullying Prevention

Helplines

National helplines respond to the questions and concerns of young people linked to their experiences online or the harmful or illegal online content they encounter.

Find a helpline in your country.

For an overview of the work of the Insafe Helplines, download the information sheet.

Hotlines

Hotlines allow members of the public to report illegal content on the internet. The hotlines then deal with the reports by passing them on to the appropriate body (Internet Service Providers, the police, hotlines in other countries) in accordance with their operating rules. This helps to reduce the flow of illegal content and contributes to the effective protection of internet users. Hotlines are coordinated by INHOPE funded by the Safer Internet Programme.

Find out how to report illegal content.

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