"Socialweb-Socialwork" was a project of the Digital Opportunities Foundation in 2012 - 2014.
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The project SocialWeb - SocialWork aimed to improve children’s online safety by availing the positive energy and influence of social work on children and youths at risk.

It was funded by the European Commission as a knowledge enhancement project in the Safer Internet Programme with partners from the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Poland and Spain, coordinated by Stiftung Digitale Chancen, Germany. The duration of the project was from mid-May 2012 till the end of June 2014.

Please read more about the project (in six languages).

Publications on the project Socialweb-Socialwork

  • The Final Public Report for Publishing (pdf, 1 MB)
  • Pigulevičienė, J., Žemaitienė, I. (2013): Education on Safer internet issues – Safer Society and Children, in: XVI kompiuterininkų konferencijos mokslo darbai; pp. 125-133
  • Croll, J., Euler, J., Müller-Bretl, C. (2014): Soziales Netz – Soziale Arbeit, in: unsere jugend, 4|2014, 66. Jg., pp. 171-183
  • Croll, J., Euler, J., Müller-Bretl, C. (2014): Aufwachsen mit dem Internet - Chance und Herausforderung für die Jugendsozialarbeit, in: Soziale Arbeit, 8.2014, pp. 282-291
  • Croll, J., Euler, J., Müller-Bretl, C. (2014): "Handy-Akku leer: Katastrophe!" Von der Notwendigkeit, die medialen Katastrophen im Alltag von Kinder und Jugendlichen zu verstehen, in: merz - medien + erziehung, 58. Jahrgang, Nr.4, pp. 63-68

Within the project, the project partners were working together with a broad variety of associated partners to enhance knowledge about the role of social work in the field of youth protection and online safety.

An Advisory Board supported the project consortium with their scientific background on the one hand and their expertise for social work on the other hand.