• Cyber security game “Inclusice CS – the GAME” is now published


    Europe is expected to have 350 000 vacant jobs in Computer Science (CS) by 2022; in the US, the same number is said to be 209 000. Both Education 2030 OECD and the World Economic Forum pointed out the need for new kinds of skills including complex problem-solving, critical thinking, creativity, and managing people. These…
  • KüberPuuring 2022 osalenud koolid

    Piloting of online safety exercises in the KüberPuuring and KüberNaaskel testing events


    The online safety exercises were created in the second half of 2022 and then tested in the period October – December 2022 within the framework of the KüberPuuring and KüberNaaskel competitions. KüberPuuring competition Students of grades 7-12 of general education schools and students of vocational schools participated in the KüberPuuring competition. General education schools participated…
  • SID 2023: Safer Internet Day activities in Estonia


    This year, the focus of the Safer Internet Day (SID) campaign in Estonia were on data sharing, privacy and digital skills with the slogan “My data is my property”. As in recent years, Estonian Safer Internet Centre invited schools and kindergartens, also youth centres and libraries to organise thematic events for children and students. All…
  • Safer Internet Day actions in Estonia 2022


    Each year, Estonian Safer Internet Centre focuses on one topical issue when celebrating Safer Internet Day in Estonia This year, Safer Internet Day paid particular attention to raising children´s digital competence and disseminated information about how to protect yourself and others online. To this end, Estonian Safer Internet Centre published new educational resources and organized…
  • Cyber security game for children – Spoofy


    As a result of the cooperation between CGI and Telia, the cyber security computer game Spoofy has been born. Spoofy teaches children about Internet dangers, online behavior, and other topics related to smart devices. The target group of the game is younger school-age children and, together with an adult, also preschoolers. It is an adventure…
  • Smartly on the Web youth seminar in real life – a place for new ideas


    On August 22-24, a youth summer seminar Smartly on the Web took place in Nelijärve recreation Centre. The summer seminar aimed at discussing the future and role of the Internet from the perspective of young people. During the seminar, workshops were held on recognizing misinformation, what to do with digital waste and what is the…
  • More than 8500 students all over Estonia participate in the Safer Internet Day events


    On the Safer Internet Day, February 9, many kindergartens, schools, youth centres and libraries are carrying out awareness events for and with children and students all over Estonia. A lot of them have informed Estonian Safer Internet Center about their activities. We have placed them on a map. For example, they carry out thematic discussions,…
  • Let`s do our best that lies are short lived also on the internet – together for better internet


    Each year, we focus on one topical issue when celebrating Safer Internet Day in Estonia. Safer Internet Day this year will pay particular attention to misinformation. To this end, we organize: A media campaign entitled “Let`s do our best that lies are short lived also on the Internet” whose objective is to draw attention how…
  • Children’s rights and the digital world


    The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted 31 years ago. The convention stipulates the children’s human rights that are universal, with every child in the world entitled to them, irrespective of age, gender, nationality or any other feature.  At the time when the convention was written. the Internet and other digital…
  • Cooperating in the prevention of child sexual abuse, offline and online


    Work to prevent child sexual abuse requires a range of measures and close cooperation at the national and international levels. The non-profit Estonian Union for Child Welfare offers a free online service at for anonymous provision of information about online materials depicting child sexual abuse. Forty-one countries across the world have such online anonymous…
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