First Youth Panel Meeting of the School Year

First Youth Panel Meeting of the School Year

Students from schools across Ireland attended the first Webwise Youth Advisory Panel Meeting of the school year recently.

It was an opportunity to meet with new members of the panel, and also to welcome back some familiar faces!

Panelists had the opportunity to share their ambitions, and highlight their opinion on a range of online safety topics. The meeting also looked ahead to exciting plans for the coming year, including the SID Ambassador Training Programme, and Safer Internet Day 2023!


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Remember, applications are open if you, or a student you know, is interested in taking part in the SID Ambassador Training Programme 2023.


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