Hotlines and Safer Internet Centres meet and discuss e-safety with Facebook in Dublin
December 06, 2013
Hotlines and Safer Internet Centres from eleven EU countries* met on December 4-5 in the heart of Dublin’s redeveloped docklands, a major hub for the Internet industry, to discuss e-safety and a better Internet for children. The European INHOPE-Insafe network is now carved up in a number of regions to facilitate mutual learning and knowledge sharing.
The two-day meeting followed a one-day training session with Facebook, designed for hotlines and helplines.
"Safety is a conversation and a responsibility we all share."
Check out the Facebook Safety page for e-safety updates and Facebook's Family Safety Centre for information, tools and resources to help you stay safe while having the best experience on Facebook.
*Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovakia, the United Kingdom
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