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Safer Internet Day 2020

Together for a better internet


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Safer Internet Day 2020 will take place this year on the 11th of February. As part of the day Webwise are encouraging schools and youth groups to organise a Safer Internet Day event. 

Safer Internet Day 11th February 2020 

As part of Safer Internet Day 2020, Webwise will send out free online safety packs for any school, organisation, club, community who want to take part. If you are planning an event for #SID2020, share your plans with Webwise and they will send you out free wristbands for all of your participants. To find out more sign-up via webwise.ie.

If you and your school or organisation are taking part in Safer Internet Day 2020, use the #SID2020 hashtag to share how you promoted creating a better internet together.

Use your voice to promote online safety

If you would like to take part in Safer Internet Day 2020 promote #SID2020 on your website or social media channels. Webwise have also developed a #SID2020 Hub for anyone planning a SID event, the hub includes ideas, lessons, resources, videos and more. Click here to find promotional imagery for social media and useful checklists for all involved. 

This Safer Internet Day read our safety fact sheets on:

SpunOut's Online Safety Hub 

Making sure you're safe online means that you can make the most out of your social media and online messengers. Sharing information online is what we are passionate about at SpunOut, and we have created our Online Safety Hub to keep you informed about dozens of the apps, websites and online services which share and collect our personal information. 

Visit our Online Safety Hub to find out more on how to control your information, stay safe online and deal with negative issues which may arise when spending time and sharing information online.

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Published Jan­u­ary 17th2020
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