To celebrate the Safer Internet Day 2012 a poster and a video competitions have been launched!
Individuals or groups of children and young people worldwide, from 5 to 19 years old, are invited to join the competitions in three age groups: 9 years old and under, 10-14 years old, and over 14 years old.
SID poster competition: Children and young people will have to create an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) poster using the initials ‘SID’, or based around the theme of ‘Connecting generations’. The poster can be in any language but should still be easy to understand. It should also have a short summary in English (maximum 100 words).
SID video competition: Children and young people will have to create a short video clip (maximum 2 minutes) on the theme of ‘Connecting generations’.
The video can be done in any language but should still be easy to understand. It should also have a short summary in English (maximum 100 words).
Winners will be selected in the three categories for each of the competitions: there will be a winner and two runners up for each.Prizes include games and, for older winners, the chance of taking part in an ‘online safety’ summer camp in Romania!
For both competitions an adult should be the main point of contact for participants’ online submission. They will need to supply a name, email address and an indication of the capacity in which they are representing the child, children or young person(s) for which they are making the submission.
Deadline to submit entries is 29 February 2012 at 23.59 (CET).
All details are available here.