ITanoda for the Future of Avas

ITanoda for the Future of Avas – The After-School Programme of Kék Vonal Computer Clubhouse in Avas neighbourhood of Miskolc

The project aims at developing basic skills and learning capabilities of children and young people aged 11-20 in the disadvantaged neighbourhood of Miskolc.
The objectives are:
-to prevent drop-out of pupils with disadvantaged background
-to increase their school results by providing assistance in learning
-to develop their basic skills and motivation as well as their carrier skills
For these goals we organize mentored assistance in learning at daily level, out-of-school programmes, carrier orientation programmes, parental club, and consultancy for pupils as well as their parents.

Infoblokk3 ESZA

European NGO Alliance for Child Safety Online III


European NGO Alliance for Child Safety Online III


ENACSO III project is actually supporting the work of the ENACSO network. The overriding goal is to create a safer online environment for children through fulfilling the following objectives:


  • To monitor and to assess the online environment from a child right’s perspective and provide recommendations for the development of future policies at national, European as well as international levels.
  • To ensure the development of an effective strategy to promote and advocate among relevant stakeholders so that our positions and recommendations will be taken into account. This will also be carried out, by updating and strengthening the role of the “agenda for action”, with the involvement of both key stakeholders as well as children and young people.
  • To strengthen the active role of all network members, ensuring the development of shared positions and advocacy strategies to be implemented at national as well as at European and international levels.
  • To ensure the meaningful participation of children within all the relevant processes related to the project; from the development of positions/recommendations and strategies to their implementation, both at European and international levels and above all within network members’ countries.


Kék Vonal Child Crisis Foundation operates as one of the 17 members of the Network, representing Hungary in the European-level alliance.

Delete Cyberbullying


The Kék Vonal Child Crisis Foundation participates in a European project co-financed by the DAPHNE programme. The project started in February 2013 and finishes in June 2014. 

The main goals of the project are:

-          To call attention to the phenomenon of cyberbullying as a real and high-level danger for children

-          To set up working groups to collect and share good practices on recognizing and preventing cyberbullying at school and family level.

-          To develop recommendations about this issue for decision makers at national and EU level.

-          To develop an online, user-friendly campaing material

-          To organize a European conference in Madrid 2014

More information about the project:

Clubhouses for Tolerance


The project's purpose is to engage the Miskolc and Kecskemét Clubhouses in increasing the awareness in Hungary about the growing intolerance in the society by the use of visual art products developed by the children attending the Clubhouses.

Our objectives are as follows:

- To involve the children of the Clubhouses into visual arts project where their personal sensitivity towards intolerance will be evoked as well as they can experience success, creativity and self-actualization
To involve artists into the creative process in order to provide assistance to children as well as increase the public visibility of the project
To create arts product with the use of visual art as well as IT tools which can provoke the members of the public as well as increase awareness and sensibility towards discrimination, intolerance, anti-Semitism and anti-Roma feelings.
To open up an exhibition in Miskolc of the art products for the public via a large-scale Opening Ceremony event at the end of the project
Via all these objectives we would like to strengthen the young people's reintegration to local community and also we provide opportunity for youth to develop their creative, innovative, social and cooperative skills

The project is supported by the Intel Communities fund.

Better Internet for Kids Network Pilot

BIK NET (Better Internet for Kids Network Pilot) is a 12-month project in which EUN Partnership and INHOPE will, in close partnership with 24 organisations which make up 11 national Safer Internet Centres (SICs), plan, develop and roll out a multilingual platform to deliver integrated, interoperable core services across the 11 participating countries.
Its goals are:
-To stimulate the production of creative and educational online content for children and develop platforms which give access to age-appropriate content
-To scale up awareness raising and teaching of online safety in all EU schools to develop children's digital and media literacy and self-responsibility online
-To create a safe environment for children where parents and children are given the tools necessary for ensuring their protection online – such as easy-to-use mechanisms to report harmful content and conduct online, transparent default age-appropriate privacy settings or user-friendly parental controls;
-To combat child sexual abuse material online by promoting research into, and use of innovative technical solutions by police investigations.

The tasks within the project are:
-Plan, pilot, develop and maintain multilingual online tools to support SICs
-Pilot database to enhance hotlines' capacity to identify child pornography and analyse child abuse images and videos.

Safer Internet Plus Project



The Safer Internet HU3 Projects is the continuation of the HU1-HU2 projects proceeding from 2009.

In consortium with the  International Children's Safety Service, and the National Info-Communicational Service Provider Ltd, the goal of the consortium is to act as a Safer Internet Centre in Hungary, organizing helpline, hotline and awareness raising activities. More information about the project:

The main part of KV Foundation in the project is to operate the Internet helpline.

The main aim of the Internet helpline is to help children recognize the online risks and give them advice to prevent the realization of these risks. We give emotional support to the victims of online harms and also helps to organise concrete help for the victims and their relatives. The helpline is a great opportunity for young people to share those experiences that they do not want to tell their parents, they can ask for help on their own, without the contribution of the parents.

The activities of the Kek Vonal Child Crisis Foundation within the project are:

to operate the nationwide Internet Helpline service 24/7: including telephone helpline service, e-mail service through website (called EMIL), and chat service also through the website.

to carry on the promotion tasks in order to raise the visibility of the service among the target groups, to raise awareness about the online risks that children can be exposed to, and to highlight the importance of prevention.

to carry out “off-line” activities, such as school visit programme, participation at public events.

Our Foundation – within this project - helps children who are victims of cyberbullying, grooming, sexing or faced illegal or harmful content.

Parents and teachers are also able to find help through our channels (e-mail, chat and telephone) on internet safety issues.

The topics we deal with are: cyberbullying, grooming, inappropriate, harmful content, dangerous, harmful contact, internet addiction, data misuse, online games, abuse on the internet, online friends (chat, msn, SNS), sexing, safety tips, general questions about the use of the internet, problems and questions about internet safety.



Missing Children Hotline

Strengthening the Hungarian child protection services by sustainable operation of Missing Children Hotline - Project Report 

The overall goal of the project was to strengthen the Hungarian child protection services by sustainable operation of the Missing Children Hotline.The Hotline Operation have been continuous, and this way vulnerable children could reach a low threshold anonymous service when in need, which was on many occasion the entry point for them to come into contact with the child protection system and receive professional help. The Hotline was reached on many occasions by professionals working with children as part of the child alert system in order to have consultations with us in regards to children safeguarding issues.


The Missing Children Expert Conferences and the various trainings provided to different stakeholders in child protection through this project, reinforced the cross-sectorial, inter-disciplinary cooperation procedures, improved the knowledge transfer between the different actors and supported the exchange of best practices. As a result of the project a more protective and empowering environment will be created by the professionals benefited from our activities for those children in need.


Awareness raising on the role of Kék Vonal in the child protection system as an entry point was reached by this project, as we experienced an increased number of calls from professionals from the child alert system, who needed our expertise and reassurance to report safeguarding issues to the Child protection services.

The calls received from children homes and foster placement have also increased as a result of our poster campaign. Children living in statutory care are the most vulnerable in terms of going missing or running away, but are many time reluctant to ask for help within their environment even if they are at risk. Through the anonymous conversations on the Hotline we could build trust with these children and managed to involve their carers and guardians to resolve the problems they were facing.


With our short movies and media coverage we contributed to the growing public awareness of the issue of child disappearances.


Our aim was to create a long term plan of the organization which ensure the sustainability of the hotline after the end of the EC funding. Kék Vonal evaluated the 116 000 Missing Children Hotline service and found its strengths and weaknesses and defined the areas for development.

The project is supported by the European Union Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme 2014-2020.