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Networks exchange experiences & best practices

INHOPE and Insafe networks are holding a joint training meeting online. Insafe and INHOPE work together through a network of Safer Internet Centres (SICs) across Europe and this two-day event will facilitate the exchange experiences & best practices.

During this event, the networks will explore areas of common ground and opportunities for closer working between helplines, hotlines and awareness centres. Each SIC typically comprises an awareness centre, a helpline, a youth panel – which collaborate through the Insafe network – and a hotline, this last strand falling into the remit of INHOPE. While the latter focus on removing illegal content – including child sexual abuse material (CSAM) – from the internet, the three other strands focus on more general online safety concerns.

According to Denton Howard, Executive Director of INHOPE, “cooperation and collaboration are the keystones of the success of the INHOPE and Insafe networks working together. As we begin the 2020 online joint training meeting, we have the opportunity to take this to the next level with greater numbers of participants than ever before and training topics that are both relevant and interesting.”

If you wish to learn more about the work of the Insafe and INHOPE networks of Safer Internet Centres, read the full article on the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) portal and subscribe to our Quarterly Newsletter for resources on the latest trends and challenges online.

Networks exchange experiences & best practices
28.10.2020 - by Insafe, INHOPE
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During this event, the networks will explore areas of common ground and opportunities for closer working between helplines, hotlines and awareness centres.

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