Join us to be the change!
2017's Better Internet Campaign was launched with a celebration of Safer Internet Day (SID) 2017 at Google Asia Pacific's new office. More than 120 students and educators joined in the fun and to also discuss online issues and their solutions. Check out the event highlights!
Be the Change
When people band with one another to assist those who need help, the effects can be significant. Play the video to see why more than ever, the community needs to step in now to prevent online negativity.
About the Better Internet Campaign
Safer Internet Day (SID) is all about gathering like-minded people to create a safer, better internet for everyone. Every year, on the second Tuesday of February, the whole world comes together to make the internet a better place. SID kicked off in Europe in 2004, and is celebrated by over 100 countries globally. The Media Literacy Council spearheaded Singapore's participation in 2013 and continues to celebrate SID each year through its Better Internet Campaign.
Based on our four core values of Empathy, Respect, Responsibility and Integrity, the Better Internet Campaign raises awareness of cyber wellness issues that affect all of us, and encourages internet users to unite and play their part in creating a safer, better internet for everyone.
Media Literacy Core Values
The internet is what we make of it. It's our choice to uphold respect, integrity, responsibility and empathy in cyberspace. So let's create a better internet today with these media literacy core values!