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SocialWeb - SocialWork

The project aimed to improve internet safety, especially for children and youths at risk, via relevant qualifications of educational experts. It involved the development and testing of a training curriculum for safer internet usage for multipliers who work with children and youths at risk, as well as an evaluation of this measure. The evaluation was conducted in order to find out what kind of impact such a qualification has on the daily work routine of educational experts and which educational approaches and activities they develop in regard to the online behaviour of their target group.

Role of the Digital Opportunities Foundation

The Digital Opportunities Foundation was responsible for the coordination of the project, which included the administrative and financial management, the coordination of trainings and evaluations, as well as the analysis of the project results, the establishment of conclusions and the transfer of the project approach.

Project partners

  • Nobody’s Children Foundation, Poland
  • Fundación ESPLAI, Spain
  • Narodni centrum bezpecnejsiho internetu, Czech Republik
  • RIAP Assiociation, Lithuania

Project website



Safer Internet Program
Grant Authorities: European Commission


01.05.2012 - 01.05.2014

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Literature concerning this project:

  • Unsere Jugend - die Zeitschrift für Studium und Praxis der Sozialpädagogik, Soziales Netz - Soziale Arbeit, Reinhardt Verlag (2014)
    M. A. Jutta Croll, Jessica Euler, Carolin Müller-Bretl 4|2014, 66.Jg
    Seite: 171-183
  • Soziale Arbeit, Aufwachsen mit dem Internet - Chance und Herausforderung für die Jugendsozialarbeit, DZI (2014)
    M. A. Jutta Croll, Jessica Euler, Carolin Müller-Bretl 8.2014
    Seite: 282-291
  • merz - medien + erziehung, "Handy-Akku leer: Katastrophe!" - Von der Notwendigkeit, die medialen Katastophen im Alltag von Kindern und Jugendlichen zu verstehen, kopaed verlagsgmbh (2014)
    M. A. Jutta Croll, Jessica Euler, Carolin Müller-Bretl 58. Jahrgang, Nr.4, August 2014
    Seite: 63-68