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Back to school
The first weeks of a new school year can be challenging for students, parents and teachers. It is however also an ideal moment to get children thinking about what it means to be a respectful citizen in today's complex online and offline world. The Back-to-school leaflet offers a few practical ideas for parents and teachers on how to go about it. It is available in several languages. Check it out!
Safety Advisory Board
Insight is in California this week, attending Facebook’s international Safety Advisory Board meeting. We’ve been a member of the board for the past 7 years because you can’t work with children and teens successfully without a deep understanding of the environments they use for learning and socializing. The role of the board is to advise the Meta team on safety and well-being risks of next-generation tools. We also get to share information from our experience in Europe and North Africa with board members active in very different parts of the world such as India, Taiwan and Brazil. Insight’s users reap the benefits of our collaboration with Meta, and the support we get as advisors enables us to invest in research and programmes that make our efforts even more effective.
Join our research
Insight is researching the growing gap between the skills of tertiary graduates and the expectations of employers in the tech and cybersecurity industry, and we're interested in hearing your views. We kindly invite you to fill out our survey.
Bullying is a challenge for most young people, and even more so in Morocco. Yesterday Insight joined forces with the national government, NGOs, the CoE and the EC, and several innovative teens to launch an anti-bullying campaign that will run until Safer Internet Day in February 2022.
Act for eliminating exclusion and bullying online and offline
Approximately 1 child in 3 is cyberbullied at some point during their childhood and adolescence, and 2 in 5 victims consider that speaking about their problem to a parent or teacher will only make the issue worse. As schools and communities traditionally focus on bullying every November, the Insight team has worked with the Council of Europe to create tips for parents and teachers.