CyberEthics GII: Island-wide combined Safer Internet Awareness Node, Hotline, Helpline

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CyberEthics GII: Island-wide combined Safer Internet Awareness Node, Hotline, Helpline

CyberEthics concerns the safe use of Internet in Cyprus, and serves the needs of all people that live on the island (i.e., also Turkish Cypriots and other minorities) addressing not only issues of pornography, but also racism (currently on the rise in Cyprus), gender discrimination and inappropriate use of peoples’ images. It operates as a combined Awareness Node and a Hotline.

Formal Project Description
Contract Title CyberEthics GII: Island-wide combined Safer Internet Awareness Node, Hotline, Helpline
Project Acronym CyberEthics GII
Lead Partner Future Worlds Center (CNTI)
Agreement n° SIP-2008-CNH-143802 2008
Partners CNTI
CYTA
CPI
Olive
PCCPWC
Countries of the action Cyprus
Cost of Action €580.409,35
Grant €420.000,00
Cost for FWC €397.459,80
Grant for FWC €298.095,00
Dates 01/09/2008 - 31/08/2010


Website www.cyberethics.info
About Project Cyberethics: Cyprus Safer Internet Center
Overall objective(s)
To engage actors from the government and the civil society, thus contributing towards the eradication of cyber crime through informed actions of European citizens and public institutions that aim to change behaviours, mentality and attitudes, giving special emphasis to rural and less developed areas of the country.
Specific objective(s)
  • Act as node of awareness network in Cyprus.
  • Devise a cohesive, hard-hitting and targeted awareness campaign using the most appropriate media, taking into account best practice and experience in other countries.
  • Establish and maintain a partnership (formal or informal) with key players (government agencies, press and media groups, ISP associations, users organisations, education stakeholders) and actions in their country relating to safer use of Internet and new media.
  • Promote dialogue and exchange of information notably between stakeholders from the education and technological fields.
  • Where appropriate, cooperate with work in areas related to the Safer Internet plus programme such as in the wider field of media and information literacy or consumer protection.
  • Inform users about European filtering software and services and about hotlines and self-regulation schemes.
  • Actively cooperate with other national nodes in the European network by exchanging information about best practices, participating in meetings and designing and implementing a European approach, adapted as necessary for national linguistic and cultural preferences.
  • Provide a pool of expertise and technical assistance to start-up awareness nodes (new nodes could be ‘adopted’ by a more experienced node).
  • Take an active part in European-level events and in the organisation of national, regional and local events for the Safer Internet Day.
  • Cooperate with the hotline present in the country, if any, and Europe Direct.