The Advisory Board is established as a link of communication between stakeholders and the entire node. The structure could be flexible allowing other governmental agencies, representatives of associations of teachers, parents or children, law enforcement bodies, universities, to participate to the meetings, which will be organized on a regularly approach.
Advisory Board's role
The role of the Advisory Board will include:
- to evaluate strategies and to agree time scales;
- to be involved in decision making process;
- to monitor project's progress according to the cost and objectives;
- to recommend ways of improving project's activities by joining them to other educational initiatives.
The Advisory Board will act as a guarantee for the synergic development of the project by assuring realistic goals.
Advisory Board's Working Groups
The Advisory Board is organized in four(4) Working Groups - two with dissemination roles and two with analysis and finding solutions roles.
Child protection against the risk of Internet use: Research and Evaluation
- evaluations based on studies (Focus Group, offline and online research);
- information sessions for children, parents and teachers with parents and children participation - Feedback;
- dialog groups between parents, children, teachers;
- educational campaigns about not meeting strange people and speaking to adults about such a situation;
- speaking to children about not sending personal or family data (pictures, videos, etc.) to strange people or posting them on various sites.
National media awareness campaigns (online and offline)
- TV spots, posters, flyers, mascots;
- SMS campaigns;
- Media campaigns for parental control software, for sites that offers safe resources for parents and teachers.
- child pornography and identifying the victims;
- spam (reject and report);
- reject unknown links sent via messenger or e-mail;
- reporting sites with inadequate content;
- bank identity theft;
- online shopping.
Members in Advisory Board
MCSI - Informational Society and Communications Ministry;
EDU - Education, Research, Youngsters and Sport Ministry;
ANCOM - National Authority for Administration and Regulation in Communications;
ANPDC – National Authority to Protect Child's Rights;
ANITP – National Agency Against Human Trafficking;
IGPR - General Inspectorate of Romanian Police;
ANISP - National Association of Internet Service Providers in Romania.
Informational Society and Communications Ministry
Education, Research, Youngsters and Sport Ministry
National Authority for Administration and Regulation in Communications
National Authority to Protect Child's Rights
National Agency Against Human Trafficking
General Inspectorate of Romanian Police
National Association of Internet Service Providers in Romania
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