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February 07, 2023 is International Safer Internet Day. In the meantime, the day of action has become an important part of the calendar for all those who are committed to online safety and a better Internet for children and young people.
We need to talk to our kids early about good and bad secrets, that they are allowed to say no, that they should definitely get help, and that they should be suspicious online - because not everyone is who they say they are.
#FactProtect is important because with facts we understand, learn and know more and can better classify. A life with facts is worthwhile - committed to the truth.
#FactProtect is important because disinformation is one of the biggest threats to our democracy.
We can and should take a clear stand against discrimination, fake news and conspiracy theories every day. Even in our private lives, for example, when someone posts something in a class chat that is not acceptable.
If every person has his own facts and constructs his own reality, then it is no longer possible to communicate about problems in a society and search for common solutions.
We need good technical programs to protect minors, we need safe surfing areas for children. We need to oblige providers to ensure that children and young people are protected, and we need to make parents, educators and teachers fit so that they can support children well.
For me, #FaktenSchützen means maintaining a self-confident and critical approach to information so that facts can actually protect us and our democracy from disinformation.
We know from research that bullying is perceived very late by teachers. Corona has reinforced this fact, especially in the period of distance teaching. Teachers need to know the dynamics of a bullying process in order to recognize it early and to be able to act.