European SafeOnline is to launch train-the-trainers online courses!

European SafeOnline partners have decided to start training the trainers online due to Covid-19 restrictions. As it has been mentioned on the project plan initially, European SafeOnline partners, Child Focus and Gezinsbond, will share their experience and know-how with the trainer candidates from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, and Romania. There will be at least 5 courses …

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Flemish SafeOnline trainings are now available online!

In times of the current crisis, more people than ever before work from home and more students are being schooled virtually either full or part-time. This means that both parents and children spend a lot more time online. As a result parents, now more than ever, have many questions about media education and ways to …

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The European SafeOnline in Greece

The European SafeOnline Initiative continues its practices across Europe. Today, we have updates from our partner Athens Lifelong Learning Institute from Greece. On September 25th, three (3) trainers of Athens Lifelong Learning Institute participated in the online train-the-trainer webinar, organized and delivered by Gezinsbond. These trainers were selected due to their extensive experience in adult …

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Train-the-Trainers Webinar Completed Online!

Coordinators of the European SafeOnline Initiative organized a train-the-trainer webinar to convey knowledge and training methods to the local partners. The event took place on the 25th of September with the participation of future trainers from each partner organization. Even though this train-the-trainers activity was anticipated to be a real-time event, it had to be re-arranged as …

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The Transfer of Know-how to Partners is Completed

We are glad to announce that transfer of information and know-how from the Veilig Online Initiative of Gezinsbond and Child Focus to European SafeOnline has been completed. Our partners, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Ligue des Familles, European University Cyprus, Universitatea de Vest din Timișoara and Athens Lifelong Learning Institute, will scale up these good …

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The SafeOnline website is now available with translations

Our website is now available in Bulgarian, Dutch, Greek and Romanian. Soon hopefully, we will also add French to this list! As the partners are working on translation of educational resources to benefit from them locally, we used this chance to get our website translated. We have added the languages of our partner organizations so …

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The SafeOnline website is on!

European SafeOnline Initiative‘s website and social media pages have been launched! You can find news and updates about the project, moreover, you can get an idea about upcoming activities by following us. You can reach our Facebook page by clicking here and you can also check out our twitter page over here.

Focus On: Gezinsbond

The Gezinsbond is a pluralistic, non-governmental family organisation, established in 1921. It unites about 230,000 families in Flanders and Brussels [Belgium] with the support of 13,000 volunteers in 900 regional entities. The Gezinsbond welcomes all families: large families, young families, grand-parent families, reconstituted families, singleparent families etc. All families have their place within the family …

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Focus On: Child Focus

Child Focus’ mission, both at national and international level, is to support parents/family of a missing or a sexually exploited child, to actively support the investigation of the disappearance,  abduction or sexual exploitation of children and to study, to prevent and to combat these phenomena, online as well as offline. Child Focus acts independently and …

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