Jonas Ravn, speaker and project manager, CfDP
Action as well as prevention
There may be numerous reasons why children and young people send intimate pictures of themselves. For example, someone may want to show that they trust their boy/girlfriend, or that they are brave, or they may simply want to show off their new bikini, not considering that others may abuse their picture. Our new material provides practical tools for children and young people who have experienced their intimate pictures being shared. It may also be used for prevention and for various learning contexts.
Order free booklets or download our material (in Danish)
The material is made in a collaboration between Centre for Digital Youth Care, Save the Children Denmark, and the Media Council for Children and Young People. It consists of a small printed booklet, “So you got naked online?”, and a more extensive online version.
The booklet provides practical information on how children and young people may get help to deal with their situation, how to regain control, and ensure a good digital reputation in the future.
Download our material online or order free booklets for 6-8 graders at Save the Children Denmark.
The Danish booklet is a revised version of the English material from South West Grid for Learning. It is produced by Save the Children Denmark, Centre for Digital Youth Care, and the Media Council for Children and Young People (Safer Internet Centre Denmark) with financial support from the EU.
Download the original material in English from South West Grid for Learning
These are the original booklets produced by South West Grid for Learning. We appreciate the opportunity to be able to use the material by South West Grid for Learning for our Danish versions of “So you got naked” ressources.]]>