EU Kids Online report

EU Kids Online seeks to enhance knowledge of European children's use, risk and safety online.
The latest report is their "Final recommendations for policy", which

- Brings together all EU Kids Online policy guidance and
evidence-based recommendations in a single resource for policymakers.

- Outlines over 30 actions that children and young people, parents,
educators, governments, awareness-raising and the media, as well as
industry providers can take to make the internet a better and safer
place for children.

- Advocates a proportionate, balanced and multi-stakeholder response
to risks and challenges that young people face online, while promoting
positive content, children's digital rights and promotion of digital
opportunities for all European young people.

Visit the website: for links to all their reports and project information.
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The EU Kids Online network


    Please note that these reports are hosted by CRIN as a resource for Child Rights campaigners, researchers and other interested parties. Unless otherwise stated, they are not the work of CRIN and their inclusion in our database does not necessarily signify endorsement or agreement with their content by CRIN.