WHAT IS A HELPLINE?
Within the European network of Safer Internet Centres, helplines provide information, advice and assistance to children, young people and parents, social workers and teachers on how to deal with gender-based violence or other sorts of online harmful content, harmful contact, harmful conduct, and contract issues online.
WHAT IS A SAFER INTERNET CENTRE
Co-funded by the European Union, Safer Internet Centres across Europe strive to keep children and young people safe online through a range of actions and initiatives. Typically comprising an awareness centre, helpline, hotline and youth participation services, Safer Internet Centres provide a wealth of content and services to support children and young people, and those that care for them: parents and carers; teachers, educators and other professionals; and other stakeholders.
menABLE project partners are part of national Safer Internet Centres comprising an awareness centre, youth participation, helpline and hotline in Belgium, Denmark and Greece.
Select your country from the map below to check out your local Safer Internet Centre profile page for contact details, links, news and resources.
CONNECT WITH YOUR NATIONAL HELPLINE
Helplines can increasingly be accessed via a variety of means – telephone, email, web forms, and online chat services, and many offer anonymous services.
Find your country’s primary contact in the list below and visit the helpline’s webpage for additional information.