British Judo and YGam Collaborate to Empower Safe Internet Practices Through Special Events

In the spirit of Safer Internet Day 2024, British Judo Association (BJA) is teaming up with YGam, a prominent youth charity, to champion online safety and digital well-being to educate, engage, and empower individuals within the judo community and beyond.

Evening Engagement for BJA Clubs, Coaches, and Parents

For BJA clubs, coaches, Child Welfare Officers (CWOs), and parents, an early evening event has been planned in celebration of Safer Internet Day 2024. This event, facilitated by YGam, will be held on February 6th, 2024, from 18:00 – 19:15. It aims to provide practical insights and strategies for ensuring online safety, making it an essential session for those involved in the judo community.

The event is part of BJA’s commitment to commemorate and raise awareness for Safer Internet Day 2024, in collaboration with YGam. Through these partnerships, participants can expect:

  • Insightful discussions on online safety practices
  • Practical strategies to foster a secure digital environment
  • Engaging activities and resources tailored for each audience
  • Opportunities to network and share best practices

Register here

As we unite to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2024, BJA and YGam invite you to be part of this important initiative. Together, let’s empower ourselves and our communities with the knowledge and tools needed for a safer online experience.

Your participation and engagement in these events will not only benefit the judo community but contribute to creating a safer digital space for everyone.

Let’s make Safer Internet Day 2024 a memorable and impactful occasion together!

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