The initial survey for the GDPR4CHLDRN – Ensuring data protection in hobbies project was carried out in November and December 2022. The survey charted the data protection competence and attitudes to personal data processing of children and young people aged 13–17, their parents and the clubs and associations that organise leisure and hobby activities. The survey also sought to identify the data protection issues for which the target groups especially wanted support from the project.
The GDPR4CHLDRN project provides information about the protection of personal data and data protection rights to children, young people and their parents. Materials targeted at them as well as icons that clarify concepts related to data protection will be developed in the project. In addition, a toolkit to support compliance with data protection legislation and its application will be created for associations and hobby clubs that organise hobby activities for children and young people.
The My Data Secured – raising youth awareness of their EU-ratified rights project helped 14 to 21-year-olds and youth workers to keep their data secure.
Recognition of prior learning in Finland is being developed as part of a parliamentary reform of continuous learning. Finns have solid experience in competence-based education thanks to reforms already carried out, but the work is by no means complete.
The EU and UK are promoting a European approach for digitalisation together
Our GDPR2DSM project has identified data protection needs of SMEs and the challenges they have encountered. The size of the company greatly influences perceptions of data protection requirements.
TIEKE and its partners have launched a project, NGOs Imparting Knowledge Economy in Rural Areas, to survey third sector organisations as users and promoters of digitalisation locally and regionally.
The My Data Secured project helps young people and professionals who work with them to be mindful of their personal information security.
People stare at their phones on the street, and seem not to notice one another. No wonder smart device users are branded ‘antisocial’. However, other people and a vast social scene can be found behind the screens.
TIEKE’s “Vaikuta & Vaikutu” event involved building a strong and personal digital culture that promotes learning and competence management.