Digital Safety Smarts

Recent studies from the World Health Organization suggest that bullying and cyberbullying in adolescence and childhood can have worse long-term effects on young adult‘s mental health than being subject to maltreatment during childhood.

Participants want to carry out this activity because it offers an alternative to how teenagers can grow into functional members of society, help themselves and others that are facing cyberbullying issues and stimulate their sense of community, inclusion, and gender equality.

Objective 1:
Develop a greater understanding for all 40 participants of the various forms of cyberbullying, deeper knowledge about its impact, risk factors and long-term effects on victims and bullies, as well as learn how to develop and enforce structured planson preventing, recognizing and stopping bullying.

Objective 2:
Work in intercultural ensembles; equipping all 40 participants with a range of coping aptitudes designed to enhance their knowledge and skills in the areas of resilience, interpersonal relations, and emotional literacy, while exhibiting a fundamental knowledge and attitudes of gender equality, social inclusion, and common values.

Objective 3:
Provide support for youth workers (group leaders and volunteers) in developing and sharing effective non-formal methods of learning, prevent racism and bullying, and help participants facing fewer opportunities to overcome their situation while preparing them towards becoming active members of society.

We haven’t established the dates of the mobility yet, please check our page later.