Since 2009, Centre for Digital Youth Care has been part of SIC providing a hotline as well as a helpline, and carrying out surveys, campaigns, teaching material, and other publications concerning children and young people’s digital well-being which may contribute to support adults in managing their role as advisors.

About Safer Internet Centre Denmark

SIC consists of the following organisations; The Media Council for Children and Young People, Centre for Digital Youth Care, and Save the Children Denmark. The Media Council is a national information centre focusing on children and young people’s use of digital and social media. Centre for Digital Youth Care runs the national Danish helpline which is a digital counselling platform where children and young people can receive anonymous counselling. Finally, Save the Children Denmark is responsible for the national Danish hotline which handles reports of online sexual child abuse material. SIC is supported by the European Commission under the programme Connecting Europe Facility.

Learn more about the national Danish helpline, and all of the helplines in Europe – and see statistics on which issues children and young people address.

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