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ChildSafeNet is dedicated to make the internet safer for children and young people.

 
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Who we are

ChildSafeNet is a non-governmental organization, established with a mission to make the digital technology safer for children and young people.  We work to raise awareness on safer use of the Internet and digital devices to protect children and young people from Internet addiction, online sexual abuse and exploitation, cyber-bullying, phishing, gaming addiction and to promote digital literacy. 

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What we do

We use innovative and creative approach for protection of children and youth in the digital age. In order to reach focused beneficiary groups, we produce and disseminate awareness and advocacy videos, motion graphics, radio programmes, animations and publications, tailor-made to cater their specific tastes. 

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ChildSafeNet Survey on Social Media Use

ChildSafeNet is conducting a survey to develop a knowledge-base on social media use pattern in Nepal. Information collected from this survey will be kept confidential and will be strictly used for statistical and programme planning purposes. Take a few minutes to participate in our survey. Thank you very much.

 
 

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News and Updates

Safer Internet Day 2019

Safer Internet Day is celebrated globally in February each year to promote the safe and positive use of digital technology for children and young people and inspire a national conversation. It calls upon young people, parents, carers, teachers, social workers, law enforcement, companies, policymakers, and wider, to join together in helping to create a better internet. Get involved to play your part! 

 ChildSafeNet is super excited to promote the Safer Internet Day 2019 in Nepal as the focal organization for coordination. Read more …

 
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The Safer Internet Day 2019 was celebrated for the first time in Nepal with ChildSafeNet as the focal organization. Various cyber safety awareness raising events were organized in Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Nawalparasi. Please click below on the pictures or buttons for more information and pictures of the events. ChildSafeNet would like to thank all partners and collaborators for promoting safer internet in Nepal.

 
The Safer Internet Day was celebrated for the first time in Nepal on 5 February 2019. ChildSafeNet organized an event to mark the day at Labim Mall, Lalitpur, with a slogan, "Together for a Better Internet".

The Safer Internet Day was celebrated for the first time in Nepal on 5 February 2019. ChildSafeNet organized an event to mark the day at Labim Mall, Lalitpur, with a slogan, "Together for a Better Internet".

ChildSafeNet had set up a stall at the Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) Info-Tech 2019 to promote safer internet for children and young people, as a part of celebration of the Safer Internet Day 2019 in Nepal.

ChildSafeNet had set up a stall at the Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) Info-Tech 2019 to promote safer internet for children and young people, as a part of celebration of the Safer Internet Day 2019 in Nepal.

The Safer Internet Day was celebrated in Nawalparasi on February 5, 2019 ” in collaboration with Youth for change Nepal, Better Nawalparasi and Jagriti Child and Youth Concern.

The Safer Internet Day was celebrated in Nawalparasi on February 5, 2019 ” in collaboration with Youth for change Nepal, Better Nawalparasi and Jagriti Child and Youth Concern.

 
 

Refresher Training on Cyber Safety for Trainers

ChildSafeNet conducted a one-day refresher training for the cyber safety trainers on 30 December 2018 at its office, Jawalakhel, Lalitpur, Nepal.

Participants of the refresher training had a practical session in using the new cyber safety training module. They had participated in a Cyber Safety Training of Trainers, conducted by ChildSafeNet and Red Circle in April-May 2018. After the training, participants will conduct cyber safety training sessions in schools and colleges using the new training module,

The new training module contains updated cyber quiz, videos, graphics and less text. The two-hour training module is designed to make the training sessions more interactive, interesting and informative.

PC: Junu Vaidya

 
 
 
 
 

Panel Discussion on Safer Internet for Children and Young People

ChildSafeNet conducted a panel discussion on safer internet for children and young people, at Nepal Internet Governance 2018 in Lalitpur, Nepal on 2 November 2018.

Moderator: Pushkar Mathema, Senior Journalist and the Vice-President of ChildSafeNet

Panelists: Tisa Shakya (High School Student of Ellaine Memorial School), Baburam Aryal (Cyber Law Expert), Babita Basnet (Journalist) and Anil Raghuvanshi (President, ChildSafeNet)

The panel discussion started with screening of “Online Saathi”, a cyber safety awareness video for children and young people, produced by ChildSafeNet. Tisa Shakya, who played the role of the key character in the film also participated in the discussion. She told how children and young people are at risk of cyber crimes in Nepal.

PC: Dipankar Ratna Shakya

 
 
 
 
 

Cyber Safety Training for YOUth Volunteers

ChildSafeNet, in collaboration with Unlimited Technology, conducted a training on cyber safety for protection of children and youth in the digital age, on 22 August 2018 in Kathmandu.

 
 
 

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ChildSafeNet completed one year on 20 November 2018. We prepared this short video to look back and see what we did in the past one year.

Thank you all for following and supporting us to make the internet safer for children and young people. We would also like to thank our partners, volunteers and interns.

 
 

To conduct cyber safety training in your school, college or community, please contact ChildSafeNet at info@childsafenet.org.

This video gives glimpses of ChildSafeNet activities to protect children and young people in the digital age.

ChildSafeNet conducted a Training of Trainers on Cyber Safety for Children and Young People in Lalitpur, Nepal.

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