#OnlineAmLimit - your network. your life. your limits. Join us for Safer Internet Day 2023!klicksafe thematic focus 2023: How healthy is our digital everyday life and what skills do we need to use digital media in a conscious and balanced way?

Checking emails, making an online appointment and responding to voice messages while the kids watch YouTube videos or post a new story on Instagram. Whether it's school, family or work - our lives are full of digital activities that take up time and play a significant role in our daily lives. But up to what point is media use still okay and at what point do we better set limits for ourselves so that we don't fall into the digital stress trap or even go to the limit online? What skills do adults as well as children and young people need for a healthy balance, and how can binding rules be established for media consumption at work, school and in our free time?

Ludwigshafen/Düsseldorf, 27.10.2022 - For Safer Internet Day 2023, the EU initiative klicksafe is focusing on the topic "#OnlineAmLimit - your net. your life. your limits." at the center of its campaign and calls for participation nationwide. Safer Internet Day, which takes place on February 7, 2023, is coordinated by klicksafe in Germany.

To raise awareness and strengthen digital resilience, klicksafe provides numerous materials and creates space for addressing the issue at various levels:

  • Current figures from a representative klicksafe survey will show how our digital health is doing.
  • For school lessons and extracurricular youth work, klicksafe experts will publish a Digital Detox Box in 2023. The collection of methods for educational work by klicksafe and Handysektor will be available at klicksafe.de/sid.
  • Materials with information and tips will also be made available for parents to support dialog about digital media use in the family.
  • Content and discussions will be available on social networks under the hashtags #OnlineAmLimit and #SID2023 .

All interested parties are called upon to participate in the day of action, to become active and creative and thus contribute to this year's thematic focus. Planned actions can be entered at klicksafe.de/sid .

Join in!

klicksafe is calling on institutions, foundations, companies, schools, youth organizations, educational institutions, associations and also private individuals throughout Germany to participate in Safer Internet Day on February 7, 2023 with their own contributions and projects. There are many ways to do this - due to the ongoing Corona pandemic, a wider range of digital formats, virtual workshops and online information on the topics of Internet safety and media literacy can be expected.

All information on the klicksafe website about SID

At klicksafe.de/sid , klicksafe provides detailed information about the day of action, including an overview of which activities and formats are taking place nationwide and the opportunity to register your own (online) events. On the website, users can also subscribe to the SID info service and download the accompanying material.

About Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day (SID) is a global day of action for more online safety and a better Internet for children and young people. Since 2004, it has always taken place on the Tuesday of the second week in February and each year sets a new thematic focus as part of the international motto "Together for a better internet". In Germany, Safer Internet Day is coordinated by the EU initiative klicksafe.

About klicksafe

klicksafe aims to promote people's online competence and to support them in their competent and critical use of the Internet with a wide range of offers. The EU initiative is politically and economically independent and is implemented in Germany by the media institutions in Rhineland-Palatinate (coordinator) and in North Rhine-Westphalia . On the website www.klicksafe.de , users can find a wide range of up-to-date information, practical tips and teaching materials on digital services and topics. The target groups are educational professionals, parents, children, young people and multipliers. klicksafe is the national German awareness center and is funded by the Digital Europe Program (DIGITAL) of the European Union. Since 2008, klicksafe has also coordinated the Safer Internet Centre DE, which includes the Internet hotlines of eco, FSM and jugendschutz.net , as well as the helpline Nummer gegen Kummer nbsp;.