Resource exchange initiative

The winners of the resource exchange participated in the Safer Internet Forum 2014 in Brussels.


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And the winners are...


We are pleased to have received dozens of resources from young people for the Youth Manifesto initiative. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all participants for their entries and votes.

It was particularly great to see resources from different countries and regions representing the diverse viewpoints of the youth of Europe today.

The winning entries were as follows:

  • Our perfect online world (United Kingdom)
  • Bezpečný internet 2743000 (Czech Republic)
  • Not such a sweet tweet (United Kingdom)
  • Internet like it should be (Serbia)
  • Internet safety multimedia campaign (Greece)
  • Help on Facebook (Austria).
The winners have been contacted and youth representatives from winning teams will participate in the Safer Internet Forum 2014 in Brussels next week (6-7 November). There, they will further share their ideas on future priorities for a Better Internet along with Insafe Youth panellists from across Europe.

Please visit the resource gallery to view all the resources submitted for the Youth Manifesto initiative.

You can also still vote for the proposals that will form the final Youth Manifesto to be submitted to the policy makers in February 2015 – the deadline for votes is 21 November 2014.

Editor: Rupinder Arora


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