NEWS

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Content with tag prevention .

Web constable: Intervention is needed before bullying becomes a death sentence

  • Awareness
  • 18/01/2019
  • Estonian Safer Internet Centre

In recent years, Estonia (like the world in general) has seen growing interest in the topic of suicide, which has brought with it an increase in self-harming and games such as Blue Whale, but also tragic consequences and deaths. For Maarja Punak, Web Constable in Estonia, online media are partly to blame.

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What to do about (cyber)bullying? Systemic intervention and prevention in schools

  • Awareness
  • 30/03/2017
  • German Safer Internet Centre

In order to explore a new approach to combatting (cyber)bullying, the German Awareness Centre klicksafe and the multi-level programme Conflict-CULTURE teamed up to develop a new teaching material.

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BEE SECURE awareness-raising work and materials on cyberbullying

  • Awareness
  • 30/03/2017
  • Luxembourg Safer Internet Centre
Safer Internet Centres (SICs) across Europe exist to promote a safer and better use of the internet and mobile technologies among children and young people. Here, the Luxembourgish SIC shares information on some of its services, resources and campaigns to help combat cyberbullying.
 
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Let's combat cyberbullying together!

  • Awareness
  • 29/03/2017
  • Kathrin Morasch, Youth Ambassador

The March 2017 edition of the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) bulletin focuses on cyberbullying and, in particular, new approaches to combatting it. As always in the work we do in creating a safer and better internet, gaining the perspectives of young people is essential. Here, Kathrin from Germany shares her views.

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ENABLE fosters tolerance and mutual respect as an antidote to bullying

A meeting in Zagreb under the patronage of Croatian President Mrs Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović brought together experts, teachers and youth from more than a dozen countries worldwide last week. The event was supported by the European Commission and leading European and international institutions, including the Council of Europe, Ministries of Education and Ombudsmen from across the EU, as well as leading players from industry.

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