My baby is so cute in this picture! – How to be a responsible digital parent?

How can we respect our child’s rights in the digital space?

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Why and how do we protect children’s digital identities?

If we have a child, s/he has a digital identity. And that needs protection – sometimes we just have to secure ourselves. Read on to learn why and how.

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Supporting child participation in international child abduction

The results of a drama-based research with children

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What can parents do to keep their children safe online?

Have you ever heard of the digital footprint? Have you ever wondered what children feel when they realise that the information about them on the internet is not only the result of their online activities but it is also what their parents have shared about them since they was born? Did you know that the more posts about children on the net, the greater the risk of that they will be bullied later? Learn about the potential dangers of posting.

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What digital footprint do you give to your child?

What you share online stays there. Before you post something as a parent, think for a moment about what your child would say a few years later.

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Children on the internet: this is how you can prevent trouble

With honesty and a good deal of attention, you can help your child navigate online. Read on for more details.

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10 things to consider when you decide what (not) to share about your child online

You do not want to hurt your children, but they are so cute in that picture, you want everyone to see it… This is how you can keep them safe.

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Working together with children in 2020

 Evaluation of the Child Rights Ambassador Program‘s implementation in 2020

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Country Overview on the Sexual Exploitation of Children

Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation together with ECPAT International launched Hungary’s Country Overview on the sexual exploitation of children. Hintalovon worked

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Child Rights Ambassadors – What happened in 2020?

The Child Rights Ambassadors of the Foundation are our 14-17 years old volunteers.

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Child-friendly material about online consultations and surveys

Child-friendly material has been developed on frequently asked questions about online consultations and surveys to help children express their opinions

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