Protection de la vie privée

Join one of our child safety workshops for parents!

Fake news, phishing, hacking, online bullying... Surfing the internet is great, but can sometimes present challenges. 

In order to help parents understand the risks and encourage a responsible use of connected devices within the family, we host workshops in French, English and Dutch tackling five key topics: digital footprint, online scams, online privacy, cyber bullying and parent / child communication.

These workshops offer an array of tips and practical advice and will be especially useful to parents of children aged 7 to 12 years old. Each session takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes and is 100% free. 

The number of seats available is limited, so make sure to register as soon as possible! And if they are all booked, check again soon: the workshops schedule will be updated regularly with new dates.

Our next workshops in English:

23 October 2019
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
16 November 2019
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
3 December 2019
6:00 PM - 70:0 PM

Cantersteen 10 - 1000 Brussels

If you would rather take a workshop in another language, feel free to check our workshop calendars in French and Dutch

Practical details

How long ?

The sessions last for about an hour, with 20 extra minutes for open questions and discussion

Who is it for ?

The workshops are aimed at all parents concerned about the safety and wellbeing of their children online. We particularly recommend these sessions to parents of children aged 7 to 12 years old.

What are the topics?
  • Establishing an environment of trust and dialogue around digital topics within the family
  • Distinguishing real from fake on the internet
  • Supporting your child if he/she is a witness or victim of online harassment
  • Creating a strong password and being safe with personal information
  • How to react to online scams
  • Knowing what to share (or not) and when to do it (or not)  


Where ?

They take place at the Google Digital Atelier at Brussels Central Station. The entrance is at BeCentral, Cantersteen 10, 1000 Brussels.