The Icelandic awareness node is Heimili og skoli (Home and School), the National Parents´Association in Iceland. Heimili og skoli was a partner of SIAP from Oct. 1st. 2004 and took part in both SUSI and SAFT projects on behalf of Iceland.
Our awareness work is partly built on the experience and resources from those projects. We will continue using the SAFT brand for the SIAPI project and have a new slogan: SAFT SAmfélag, Fjölskylda og Tækni (Society, Family and Technology).
Our mission statement:
Empower children and parents to enjoy the internet and new media in a safe and positive way. Our emphasis is awareness work on net-ethics, computer game rating, scource criticism, uses of mobile phones and personal protection on the internet.
Project Management Committee: Gudberg K. Jonsson, SAFT Program Manager; Solveig Jakobsdottir, School of Education, University of Iceland; Gudni Olgeirsson, The Ministry of Education, Science and Culture; Sjofn Thorarinsdottir and Bjork Einisdottir, Heimili og skoli; Jenny Ingudottir, The Public Health Institute of Iceland; Jona Karen Sverrisdottir and Olafur Elinarson, Capacent Gallup.
Our Steering Committee includes members who represent different 31 stakeholders groups such as government agencies, the industry, research centers, different bodies within the educational system and prevention measures agencies and groups.
The Icelandic awareness node is solely responsible for all communication and publications on this web and it does not necessarily represent the opinion of the EU. Therefore the EU is not responsible for any use that might be made of information.
The SAFT project is co-financed by the European Union’s Connecting Europe Facility. The sole responsibility of this publication lies with the author. The European Union is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.
Gudberg K. Jonsson