Wilma is the second winner of the Youth Achievements Award. She was invited to receive her award and prize during the Safer Internet Day event in Brussels!
Young people can achieve great things. Wilma is an example of this statement. Her inspiring story shows us how the internet can be a powerful ally in overcoming adversity.For this reason she won the second round of the Youth Achievement Competition.
“When a German friend told me about this competition, I immediately visited the website to check out the competition. I liked the idea of sharing good experiences on the internet, because we often only hear the bad stories. I also had the feeling that I had a story which should be shared.”
You can also make a difference! Participate on the Safer Internet Day 2013 Competition! Continue reading.
Meet Ionna, one of our newest Pan EU Youth Ambassadors who provided her views on online quality content
Ioanna Karkani is one of our newest Pan EU Ambassadors. See her biography here.
She shared her views on online quality content with us. Thank you, Ioanna!
“Every user has the right to find quality material on the internet but also the obligation to post or upload quality content.” Continue reading.
Matthew O’Driscoll, the first winner of the Youth Achievements Competition shares his views regarding Online Rights & Responsibilities : the theme of Safer Internet Day 2013.
“We must reflect on how much we have changed in these ten years of Safer Internet Day. ”
Matthew O’Driscoll has shared with us his insightful opinion on Safer Internet Day’s: Online Rights & Responsibilities.