Being safe online

Welcome to our "Being safe online" page!

 

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<p>Description automatically generatedIn these challenging times, young people are connecting online even more than usual. That can be great, however it can also present new challenges. To develop safe online habits and enjoy a positive online experience, we encourage you to take the Be Safe Online course. Also, remember that online meetings (chat or video) among Scouts should always be organised by a Scout leader and with the supervision of a parent or guardian.

Stay safe and smart online! 

 

 

Be S.M.A.R.T online! 

 

Follow the 5 steps from the S.M.A.R.T model to stay safe online at all times! 

 

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Let’s practise, 

 

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Become a champion of online safety thanks to the following online trainings. You will be able to learn more about Online Safety and how to become proactive towards a safer world online 

 

For Young people 

Being Safe online

Surf Smart and staying safe online

Online violence: What does it mean to prevent it

 

For Adults

Stay safe online at the World Scout Academy

 

 

Reporting Content on Social Media

 

You can help make social media a safer space for everyone! If you see content that is inappropriate, do you part by reporting it. This can include violent, sexual, discriminatory, threatening or abusive posts, comments or messages. Click here to learn how you can report content and/or block people on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter and Snapchat.