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. Since majority of people in Nepal use internet on mobile devices, we extensively use the digital media to reach children, young people and their parents. We also work directly with children and young people in schools, colleges and communities. We are developing child and youth focused programmes in consultation and collaboration with them. Likewise, we are working with parents, teachers and other duty bearers to make the technology safer.
CYBER SAFETY AWARENESS RAISING AT CAN INFOTECH 2018
ChildSafeNet, in collaboration with Red Circle Creative Solutions raised awareness on cyber safety for children and young people at the Info-Tech 2018 fair, organized by Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) from 25 – 30 January 2018).
SURVEY ON CYBER SAFETY
In order to develop a knowledgebase on cyber safety among children and young people, ChildSafeNet started a survey with children (8 – 17 years old) and young people (18 – 24 years old) in January 2018.
CYBER SAFETY CLASS FOR MISS NEPAL WORLD 2018 FINALISTS
In collaboration with The Hidden Treasure, organizer of the Miss Nepal World 2018 beauty pageant, ChildSafeNet organized a one-day interactive cyber safety class for Miss Nepal World 2018 finalists on 13 March 2018.
International Girls in ICT Day 2018
ChildSafeNet participated in the International Girls in ICT Day 2018 programmes in Nepal on 26 April 2018. The programme, organized by Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) included a walkathon and a one-day symposium in Kathmandu.
Training of Trainers on Cyber Safety for Children and Young People (29 April – 1 May 2018)
As a part of the International Girls in ICT Day 2018 programme in Nepal ChildSafeNet, in partnership with Red Circle Creative Solutions, conducted a three-day cyber safety training of trainers (ToT) workshop from 29 April to 1 May 2018 in Lalitpur, Nepal. The ToT was conducted with support from Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA).
One-day Symposium “Protecting Children and Young People in the Digital Age
ChildSafeNet organized a one-day symposium "Protecting Children and Young People in the Digital Age" at Kathmandu School of Law (KSL) on 10 April 2018. The Symposium was conducted as a part of the Master of Human Rights and Democratization – Asia Pacific Programme (APMA) 2017-2018 Cohort.