PédaGoJeux

Action Innocence Monaco joins PédaGoJeux within its collective. Since 2008, PédaGoJeux supports parents and educational mediators to promote healthy video game practices within families. PédaGoJeux is run by the National Union of Family Associations (UNAF) and led by a multi-actor collective public / private representing all the stakeholders of the video game: the players and their families via JeuxOnLine and UNAF …

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Since 2008, PédaGoJeux supports parents and educational mediators to promote healthy video game practices within families. PédaGoJeux is run by the National Union of Family Associations (UNAF) and led by a collective multi-actor public / private representing all the stakeholders of the video game: the players and their families via JeuxOnLine and UNAF, the public authorities to through the Directorate General of Social Cohesion on behalf of the Ministry of Families, Childhood and Women’s Rights and Internet Without Fear; economic actors via the Syndicat des Éditeurs des Logiciels de Loisirs (SELL); health prevention via the National Association for the Improvement of Vision (AsnaV).

Action Innocence Monaco is a non-profit association, which since 2002 has been working with children, parents, educational and health professionals and institutions to promote a secure Internet practice. Action Innocence Monaco offers prevention sessions in schools in the Principality of Monaco, the PACA region and on request in the rest of France.

“PédaGoJeux is pleased to expand its collective by hosting Action Innocence Monaco to strengthen the awareness and information of parents and players in schools. The expertise of the association on Internet issues is also valuable for the collective. Explains Olivier Andrieu Gérard, spokesman for PédaGoJeux.

“In our prejudices, we regularly meet parents lost in the world of video games. As a player in the field of prevention and information, we are delighted to join PédaGoJeux, a pioneer of information on video games for parents. Explains Caroline Saint Marc, Communication Officer of Action Innocence Monaco. “Action Innocence Monaco, just like PédaGoJeux focuses on a better knowledge of the PEGI signage, all the more important as video games have made their way into school learning,” she added.

Contacts Presse :
Corinne LONGUET, Relations presse PédaGoJeux – corinne.longuet@pedagojeux.fr – Tél. : 06 87 07 02 78
Caroline SAINT MARC, Chargée de Communication – info@aimc.mc – Tél (+377) 97 77 51 11