1st-9th of October 2019
“Youth Takes Initiative: Against Bullying” is a training course which will bring 29 youth workers, leaders from 8 different countries together to get enough knowledge about ‘cyberbullying’; to learn how European Institutions are tackling it and creating tools (e-book, videos etc.) for youth workers for preventing bullying and being marginalized of young people.
Instead of being afraid of ICTs, we would like to support skills of youth workers and leaders to be conscious users. Diyarbakir, Turkey the 1-9 th October, 2019.
Aims and objectives:
– To learn/discuss different definitions of cyber-bullying and increase awareness on what is bullying and what is not (according to perspectives of youth workers and European Institutions),
– To train youth workers on the human rights, the inclusion of bullying in them and the priorities of the European Union and the Council of Europe,
– To develop critical thinking regarding the information on this phenomenon and to understand how ICTs effect on young people/children in our societies,
– To increase the understanding about bullying issues and how it affects people of all races, ethnicities, religions, and gender;
– To be aware of importance of diversity in local, regional and international level and to develop skills and attitudes to motivate and actively involve our young people in international youth projects as preventing hate speeches and bullying (especially cyber-bullying),
– To identify and share similarities & differences in practices used in different countries in terms of Cyber-bullying,
– To develop a critical approach towards ICTs’ messages based on their own experiences, skills, beliefs, and values,
- Eligible to participate in this project are only Cypriots and/or Cypriot residents.
- 3 participants 18+ years old
- Food and accommodation are fully covered from the project and the traveling cost up to 275 euro
- If you are interested to participate you can fill up the Application Form