Morocco is a country on the move to strengthen online safety and cybersecurity awareness among its citizens, and Insight experts are working with the Council of Europe at the heart of the action. Already this year, an online space has been launched where citizens can learn, build awareness, report and get support through a multitude of resources and partnerships. Morocco became in February, the first country in the region to set up of a hotline portal, where citizens can report child sexual abuse content in the drive to rid the internet of this plague. Insight is also using its innovative Digital Compass to get an overview of Moroccan children's internet habits and their digital weaknesses in order to address them appropriately.
Insight has just launched findings from 2020 Scandinavian teens in a hybrid online wellbeing project built on the innovative Insight Digital Compass and powered by Huawei within its Tech4ALL campaign. We learn that creative activities are top favourites for Icelandic teens, whereas Norwegians top the scale in technical knowledge. This shows a solid technical understanding. For 11- to 15-year-olds in Denmark and Finland, the internet seems to be more a tool for communication and entertainment. The project has enabled the Insight team to define 9 recommendations for decision-makers and awareness raisers.
Join us tomorrow to discuss the importance of the role of parents in helping their children develop the competences to become responsible digital citizens.
Our European Council for Digital Good has been busy with interviews and publications since the Covid 19 disrupupted our lives. We'll be launching series of video clips shortly.
Register here before 5pm CET today (29 April) to join me tomorrow along with 3 other 'Women in Tech' in a webinar conference led by Huawei's EU Public Affairs manager Berta Herrero.