PROMOTING A SAFE
USE OF INTERNET
AGAINST CYBERBULLYING

Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership Project in the field of Youth, which looks at understanding the dynamics of cyberbullying, raising awareness among youths on the wrong use of the Internet, and devising effective strategies for controlling bullying.

PROJECT AIMS

to understand the extent, seriousness, and dynamics of cyberbullying,

to recognize and respond early and effectively to behaviours that can lead to cyberbullying,

to learn about new, effective strategies for controlling bullying.

to raise awareness among the youngest regarding the problems that emerge from a wrong use of the internet, such as social media.

Target groups

  • Young people between the ages of 12 and 18 wishing to learn more about a safe use of the Internet

  • Young people who have suffered from cyberbullying.

  • Youth worker organisations, educators, trainers, youth workers, mentors, and other categories working with youths.

Outputs

  • Outputs:1: Preventing Cyberbullying: Curriculum and implementation

  • Output 2: An Accredited e-course for cyberbullying prevention.

  • Output 3: An E-book consolidating and comparing the learning from the project and including policy recommendations.

Partners

NEWS:
First online project meeting

On January 14th 2021, partners of the SIAC project came together for the first project meeting. It was held online due to the global travel restrictions currently in place during the coronavirus pandemic. The partners discussed about the project and its implementation

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