Concrete Projects

Concrete Projects

“Help for parents in dealing with computer and Internet Association parents on the network e. V.” is aimed at parents, which are highly insecure when it comes to dealing with Internet and computer, their children. Concerns of the founding members of the Association is to implement good earlier but partially discontinued projects now in permanent basis work. To do this, the Association operates with parents-on the-netz.de an Internet platform offers extensive information for parents. Content focuses on the creation of a forum for the exchange of information. Also, information about dangers on the Internet or important chat rules are given in article series. Furthermore, links to child-friendly Web sites or child-safe chat are collected. A newsletter keeps everyone informed about new content and projects. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Kevin Ulrich.

Since its founding in February 2008, the Association can refer already to some amazing results. So partners of the initiative is parents on the network e. V. Since May 5, 2008 is children safe on the net “. This initiative is supported by the Police crime prevention of the States and the Federal Government, Deutsche Telekom and the Association of voluntary self-regulation of multimedia (FSM). A number of projects are planned for the fall of 2008. In July 2008, the Club will open its first base in Leipzig. In the months that followed, the establishment of additional bases is planned if the Club receives support in his work.

Here, parent education courses and other parents but also children and youth services will be installed in the future. Also e. V. will organize a creative competition parents on the network, to find a mascot as well as a logo for the Club. The competition documents scheduled to be released in June 2008. Contact parents to network e. V. Andre Kind of 1 Chairman Viola Gale 2. Chairman Grit Voigt Treasurer parents on the network e. V. Yorckstrasse 39 04159 Leipzig Tel.: 0341 5904166 E-Mail: Web:

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