Children can use a travel pass to navigate safely in the world of Internet at City Park Children’s Day event

400,000-visitor event renewed

City Park Children’s Day is organized by the International Children’s Safety Service (NGYSZ) and the Municipality of Budapest for the 29th time on 25 and 26 May. The two-day event will offer a rich selection of high-quality programmes to visitors. In the Safe Internet Tent, they can learn about responsible Internet use in a playful manner using a cool travel pass.

Art, entertainment and playful learning

The two-day Children’s Day event will have 45 sites and 3 stages with popular artists, musicians and other performers providing a rich programme for all age groups. Telenor Hungary joined the International Children’s Safety Service 11 years ago setting up its Safe Internet Tent at the Children’s Day event. Visitors of the site can participate in quiz games related to responsible Internet use and gain useful experience in a playful setting. The different programme components of the Tent complement each other. Children get a special travel pass on which they can collect stamps at each station. Those who complete Telenor’s safe Internet quiz are also given a small surprise gift by the company’s volunteers.

Telenor supports underage children not only on Children’s Day. It launched its Hipersuli programme leveraging digital technology to assist young people in learning and teachers in teaching five years ago. Telenor has also developed a methodology training course on digital education accredited by the Education Office of the Ministry of Human Resources. The mobile operator has been sponsoring the KórházSuli project for five years. Under this project, volunteers provide learning and school reintegration support to ill children permanently staying at home or in a hospital.