Press kit and press contact

Here you will find all the information and materials you need for your press work. For press inquiries, please use the following contact options:

Media Authority Rhineland-Palatinate
Matthias Heinen
Tel.: 0621 52 02 109
Mobile: 0152 225 776 26

Media Authority NRW
Dilek Atalay
Tel.: 0211 77 007 190

Video statement on Safer Internet Day 2024

Lisa Paus - Federal Minister for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth

"As Federal Youth Minister, it is important to me that young people are also safe online. Especially Safer Internet Day helps to draw attention to the importance of this topic every year. I would like to thank klicksafe for this important day of action and wish everyone involved every success with their Safer Internet Day projects."

→ Video statement by Lisa Paus (mp4 | 205 MB)

forsa survey on Safer Internet Day 2024

1,005 parents and guardians took part in the representative forsa survey 2024 - conducted on behalf of klicksafe . The subject of the survey was the experiences of their children and young people between the ages of 11 and 17 with pornographic content. The key results of the survey are summarized here:

→ To the results of the forsa survey

Materials for Safer Internet Day 2024

For educational practice: Let's talk about porn

The klicksafe material, which was developed in collaboration with pro familia Munich, provides background information for teachers and specialists as well as specific modules for lessons and youth work. The booklet is divided into four modules: 1. life in puberty, 2. ideals of beauty in our society, 3. pornography online and 4. sexualized violence and digital boundary violations.

→ To the teaching material

Expert talk "Young people & Pornography"

In the klicksafe expert talk on the topic of "Young people & pornography"  we talk to Madita Oeming. She is a literary and cultural scientist and, as an independent porn researcher, has set herself the task of changing the public discourse on pornography.

→ To the expert talk

"Let's talk about porn" street survey

Not everyone finds it easy to talk about pornography. The discrepancy between the high availability of pornography on the one hand and the strong taboo on the other can contribute to unrealistic ideas about sexuality becoming entrenched. klicksafe asked people on the street: Is watching porn okay? When did they first come into contact with pornography? How are women and men portrayed in porn? And how do they feel about young people under the age of 18 watching porn?

→ Go to Download

Full of porn! How do I talk to my child about pornographic content online?

To mark Safer Internet Day 2024, we are publishing the new information sheet "Voll Porno!". It offers parents helpful tips on technical device settings, ways to open a conversation about porn consumption and information on reporting centers. In addition, a reality check helps to talk to children in an age-appropriate way about the problematic ideals of beauty and role models in porn.

→ To the info sheet

"Let's talk ..." - Info cards on the topic of pornography

In five info cards, young people receive information on reporting and advice centers for disturbing content, learn to perceive their own boundaries, reflect on porn myths and can get to know good offers on the subject of sex education. Use the cards to get into conversation with young people or simply hand them out. You can order the info cards as a set from klicksafe.

→ To the info cards

Quizzes on sex, diversity and porn myths

The klicksafe quiz on porn myths helps young people aged 14 and over to get to the bottom of unrealistic pornographic content. Nine questions playfully debunk porn myths and explain them in an understandable way.

In the klicksafe quiz "Sex, Diversity and Porn", young people aged 14 and over answer questions about sexuality, puberty and pornography.

→ To the quizzes

Campaign videos for the SID 2024

Just one click away from porn: Children and young people come into contact with pornographic content online at an early age, even unintentionally and often before they have any sexual experiences of their own. This raises many questions. In three campaign videos for this year's Safer Internet Day 2024 motto "Let's talk about porn", we motivate young people and parents to talk about these topics.

→ To the download

Podcast: Why do minors spread images of abuse?

Headlines such as "Child porn in class chats" now regularly appear in the press. The 2022 police crime statistics provide alarming figures on this, with around 40 percent of suspects under investigation for distributing child pornography being children and young people themselves. Holger Kind, Head of the Child Pornography Central Office at the Federal Criminal Police Office, explains how these high figures come about. And how we can help prevent the spread of abusive images through education and media literacy.

→ To the podcast

Logos, banners and sharepics

klicksafe provides you with logos, banners and sharepics for Safer Internet Day 2024. You may use the graphics for promotion and publicity, e.g. to draw attention to Safer Internet Day online (on websites, blogs, in social networks, etc.) or in print media. A link of the graphic to the central SID information page online or printing of the URL in print media is desired.

→ To the logos, banners and sharepics