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2014 – 2015
Zdenek ZalisDirector of Strategy & Development
Dear users and supporters of safer internet,
Czech Safer Internet Centre (NCBI) is here for all of you for eight years
already. And given the rise of internet usage, it’s importance increases
more and more. Nowadays there is almost no action without connection
to the online world.
This increases the range of services that NCBI finds necessary to offer. One thing remains though. It must be
constantly raise awareness about how to be safe online. Therefore, just in 2014, The organization provided training
to thousands of people and reached thousands of others through other educational content, competitions and
media. And it records growing interest in 2015 as well.
We realize that focusing only on prevention and education is not enough. Therefore, this year we are starting Online
Helpline and Online Hotline as a part of the Safer Internet project - contact centres that will help in tackling various
forms of online violence and fight against illegal content on the internet.
The National Centre for Safer Internet could not cover all the services it offers on its own. Therefore, it successfully
cooperates with numerous institutions in creating a safer cyberspace. We appreciate the fact that we have long-
term well-functioning cooperation with the ministries, the Association of Regions of the Czech Republic, Prague City
Hall and the Police, as well as institutions such as the CSIRT, CZ.NIC, NCKB.
Also, we appreciate the cooperation at the European level. NCBI is part of network of safer internet awareness
centres INSAFE and of an international network of hotlines INHOPE. On top of that we are helping in making the
Internet a better place for all thanks to a great number of other projects.
I can assure you, that we will continue in our effort. We will try to make safer cyberspace both for the current
generation and for the future ones as well.
Czech Safer Internet Centre
Awareness centre that concentrates on
online crime prevention and education of internet users.
Help centre for anyone who encounters any problem
that concerns his/hers safety in online world.
Reporting centre that fights illegal online
Cooperation with EU organizations.
Member of INSAFE awareness centres.
Member of INHOPE hotline network.
Cooperation with important companies that
provide online communication services such as
Facebook and Twitter.
Cooperation on eSafety Label with European
Czech Safer Internet Centre is a non profit organization formed in 2007. Its main
goal is to inform and educate children, their parents and grandpparents, techers,
policmen, social workers and other professionals as well as wide public about the
safer use of the internet and cyberspace in general.
The organization also supports research of safer internet use, prepares educational and
methodical materials and publications which are connected to the topic of safer internet
and online communication and overviews of best practices.
CooperationOn European level
NCBI ACTIONSIn the Czech Republice
Events and competitions organized by NCBI
Past events: Safer Internet Day
4 rounds of iSejf competition
Participation o Night with Andersen
International INSAFE meeting in Prague
Participation on No Hate Speech
Movement final and follow-up
Planned events: 7 more rounds of iSejf competition,
CYBERPSYCHO expert conference,
Conference in the Czech Senate,
Code Week 2015.
Throughout the year, Czech Safer Internet Centre organizes various events and competitions on European,
national and regional level. Great number of them has long history. For example Safer Internet Day runs on yearly
basis since 2004.
Autumn expert konference – CYBERPSYCHO also has a long history. And as in previous years it is expected to attract
hundreds of participants. A new multi-genre CyberFEST festival is going to draw lot of attention as well. And based on
previous experience, it is certain, that competitions such as the one that is part Regions for Safer Internet (KPBI) project or
iSejf competition will draw interest of tens of thousands of children from all around the Czech Republic.
Code Week CZ
Regional and municipal projects in 2014
Karlovarsky Region Safely Online Regionaland municipal projectsv roce 2015
3 schools2 schools
Czech Safer Internet Centre organizes
trainings and seminars for children,
parents and professionals in 4 modern
In total, 78 schools in the Czech
Republic had the level of their
ICT safety tested. 61 of them
received bronze label, 3 of them
got silver label and two
managed to get golden label.
Project that aims at development of safer internet knowledge
amongst professional and general public in the Karlovy Vary
region. The courses were held at three locations to ensure that
they were available to the widest audience possible.
Praha 525 trainedprofessionals
Praha 622 trained professionalsworking with children
1629 trained children and teenagers
Praha 723 trained professionalsworking with children
729 trained children and teenagers
239 trained teachersof Summer Safer Internet
Praha 1416 trained professionalsworking with children
663 trained children and teenagers
206 trained teachersof Summer Safer Internet
For teachers, social workers
18 city districts
72 all-day courses
Training of complete
Lectures for teachers
Lectures for policemen
4 city districts
Seminars for children
Seminars for parents
Municipal districts in numbers
764 Primary schoolstudents
3999 Secondaryschool students
188 High schoolschool students
510 Teachers andheadmasters
327 Other expertson youth work
Children, youth, students Parents, teachers Professionals and Experts
Regions for Safer Internet 2014
NEW IN 2015
12 new lectures for teachers,
9 new lectures for children
3 online competitions,
17 new lectures for parents and general public,
competition for parents,
sharing all the educational materials across the regions,
38 new online lectures for children, parents and teachers,
evaluation, increase in quality and innovation of
better project dissemination,
adapting lessons for children and youth,
Involvement of more regions.
NUMBER OF STUDENTS AND PARENTS THAT SUCCESSFULY TOOK THE COURSES
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS IN EACH REGION
GOALS OF THE PROJECT
INCREASING knowledge about safer use of internet
and modern technologies amongst children and youth.
RAISING level of expertize of professionals
INCREASING knowledge of parents and wide public in
all regions of the Czech Republic.
Children has won a price from Microsoft
Online eduactional pages for children,
parents, social workers and policemen
available for free
Users that completed the online lectures
Children that completed the online quiz
European projectsCzech Safer Internet Centre actively participates on various Europeanprojects, initiatives and campaigns that are connected to safer internetuse and creating more comfortable online environment for everyoneand without hateful content.
We acknowledge the importance of IT skills both for students and foradults seeking the job. That is why NCBI supports digital literacyinitiatives such as e-Skills or Code Week.
IITAE is an European project providedvia Grundtvig partnership. Goal of theproject is to increase and disseminatethe usage of Web 2.0 tools, tabletcomputers, mobile technologies andother ICT tools for adults learning andtraining.
European Cyber Security Month (ECSM)
is a European Union advocacy campaign
that takes place in October. ECSM aims
to promote cyber security among
citizens, to change their perception of
cyber-threats and provide up to date
security information, through education
and sharing good practices.
Miracle is a project, that aims at
supporting regional Critical
Infrastructure Protection and/or
Resilience (CIP/R) strategies, in order
to improve exiting capacities of the EU
States to prevent, prepare and protect
people against security related risks,
including terrorist attacks.
European Schoolnet has set up
the ‘eSafety Label', a European-
wide accreditation and support
service for schools that
assesses level of ICT security.Young People Combating Hate
Speech Online is a project
being run by the Council of
Europe’s youth sector. It aims
to combat racism and
discrimination, as expressed
online as hate speech.
NCBI v médiíchCzech Safer Internet Centre is regularly cited in various both written and audiovisual Czech media. It’s expertscomment trends in online and cyber safety. Often the main topic are various form of cyberbullying and it’s effects onthe victims. The experts also often give tips to seniors about how to be safe online.
NCBI experts are often hosts on Czech TV’s and radios such as CT1, Barrandov, Prima, Radio Junior, CR1 and CR2. Bothnewspapers and online news sites use NCBI as a valuable source of useful information. The titles cooperating the mostare Ucitelske noviny, Denik Metro, iDnes.cz, Lupa.cz, regional newspapers Deniky and Hospodarske noviny.
NCBIand it’s main media partners
Financial report 2014:
The most important financial resources in 2014Safer Internet SIC II. 3 526 000,00 CZK
MIRACLE 617 463,00 CZK
Digital Divide v Africe 1 370 000,00 CZK
ČRA 600 000,00 CZK
Ministry of Interior 289 198,00 CZK
Prague Online Safety project:Praha 14 BOL 177 250,00 CZK
Praha 5 BOL 60 000,00 CZK
Praha 6 BOL 150 000,00 CZK
Praha 7 BOL 202 280,00 CZK
Karlovarsky region BOL 356 040,00 CZK
KPBI:Plzensky region 136 000,00 CZK
Jihomoravsky region 100 000,00 CZK
Vysocina region 140 000,00 CZK
HMP 160 000,00 CZK
Total 7 884 231,00 CZK
Revenues: 7 884 231,00 CZK
Expenditures: 7 862 281,55 CZK
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