• Safer Internet Day


    A safer Internet week will take pleace in Estonia from 04.02 – 10.02 2013 led by „Targalt internetis“ project. Conference “My footprint online” (“Minu jalajälg internetis”) will be held in Tartu on February 7th, where the focus is on the rights and responsibilities of children and youth on the Internet. Presentations are given by Priit…
  • 48 countries worldwide join forces to fight child sexual abuse online


    On 5 December, EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmström together with US Attorney General Eric Holder will launch a Global Alliance against Child Sexual Abuse Online. The initiative aims to unite decision-makers all around the world to better identify and assist victims and to prosecute the perpetrators. Participants at the launch include Ministers and…
  • Estonian Hotline received international acknowledgement


    Last week the annual conference of INHOPE – the association joining Hotlines of different countries – took place in Amsterdam, where the work of the Estonian Hotline in blocking the spreading of materials containing sexual abuse of children was also acknowledged and Estonia’s full membership in the international network was confirmed. The web-based Hotline managed by…
  • The project Youth Panel chose new members


    The “Targalt internetis” project youth seminar took place on October 25th-27th in Kloogaranna youth camp. 26 active students aged 10-16 from 9 schools from all over Estonia and their coordinators participated in the seminar. During the seminar, the project trainers organized thematic workshops and tried out lesson schedules for kids aged 10-12 and 13-16, durings…
  • Trainer searching competition


    Tiger Leap Foundation announces a competition for finding trainers. The web-safety project ‘Smartly on the Web’ („Targalt Internetis“), implemented by Tiger Leap Foundation, NPO Estonian Union for Child Welfare, NPO Estonian Help Centers and Police and Border Guard Board, is looking for new trainers, whose task would be carrying out informational programs for students, teachers…
  • Programming will reach every schoolchild


    From September, The Tiger Leap Foundation starts the school-oriented program ProgeTiiger, which enables students from grades 1 to 12 to get acquainted with programming and web application development. ‘The students’ interest in using modern technology has risen from year to year. On the other hand, the enlarging of school curriculums has created a decrease in…
  • The series of conferences “This is safe IT” continues


    Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications will organize in cooperation with BCS Training six conferences in different parts of Estonia for raising awareness of Internet safety among the youth. In the conferences, IT-companies will share knowledge about the development directions of technology and what to keep in mind regarding Internet safety. Other matters will…
  • Where to turn with a concern


    Child helpline 116 111 – nationwide free 24h child helpline, through which both children and parents can receive primary social counseling and, if necessary, crisis counseling regarding Internet safety issues (e.g. identity theft on social network accounts, sex-related proposals online, suggestions for cyber bullying, how to limit a child’s computer-use, recommended rules how a child…
  • Web-based game ” Nastix’s adventures on the internet”


    ‘Nastix’s adventures on the Internet’ (original: „Nastix seikleb internetis“) is a web-based game developed on the request of Tiger Leap Foundation. It is primarily meant for children aged 9-14 to learn safe use of Internet. Nastix, the main character of the game, is a character from a famous IT comic BadBlock and started his adventures…
  • INHOPE network report 2011


    INHOPE published the report the year 2011, which gives an overview of the work of Hotlines, brings out achievements in the work of Hotlines in different countries and presents statistics. INHOPE ( is an international network, which was created in 1999 and by today connects 41 Hotlines in 36 countries all around the world. Estonian…
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