Empowering Healthy Online Behaviour in Younger Children – #BeKindOnline Webinar

Empowering Healthy Online Behaviour in Younger Children – #BeKindOnline Webinar

As part of Safer Internet Day 2021, the Irish Safer Internet Centre hosted the #BeKindOnline Webinar Series for parents and educators.

In this online safety webinar,Mark Smyth, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, provided advice to parents on Empowering Healthy Online Behaviour in Younger Children.

The Irish SIC is a partnership of four leading organisations with a mission to make the Internet a better place for children and young people, under the coordination of Cybercrime, Department of Justice.

The programme partners include:

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