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The Cyprus Safer Internet Center has been active in Cyprus since the summer of 2006. The Center has been created as a part of the Cyberethics project which is co-funded by the Safer Internet Plus Programme of the European Commission. Cyprus Safer Internet Center is a consortium made of five partners which are Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute, Ministry of Education and Culture – Cyprus Pedagocial Institute, CYTA – Cyprus Telecommunication Authority, The Olive Branch Foundation and the Pancyprian Coordinating Committee for the Protection and Welfare of Children. The Center serves as an Awareness Node along with it’s Hotline and the Helpline. The Helpline has been active since 2009 while the Hotline has been active since 2006. The centre undertakes various awareness raising activities along with the Hotline and Helpline services it provides. Through out aforementioned Cyberethics project Cyprus Safer Internet Centre, its partners, associated partners and advisory board have generated a widespread network across Europe on Internet Safety issues. Therefore, the Centre can serve as a link between the Commonwealth Initiative and the European Union for the good information flow amongst each other mainly on best practices in individual countries. Cyprus Safer Internet Centre can also willingly share the resources and experiences obtained during the course of the six years of implementing the Cyberethics project.

Project Director: Dr. Yiannis Laouris
Project Coordinator: Mrs Georgina Shitta
Hotline Coordinator: Mrs Elena Aristodemou
Helpline Coordinator: Mrs Iliada Spyrou
Project team members: Andreas Drakos, Tatjana Tarazow, Veronika Sudi, Emili Efthyvoulou, Soteris Demetriou, Melis Eroglou