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Cooperation/Strategic Partnership Projects

Escape From Marginalisation

Programme: Erasmus+Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practicesAction Type: Strategic Partnerships for youthProject Identifier: 2019-2-IT03-KA205-016467Project Title: “Escape from Marginalisation”Topics: ICT – new technologies – digital competences; Youth (Participation, Youth Work, Youth Policy) |Inclusion – equityResults Platform… Read More »Escape From Marginalisation

Prevention of cyberbullying and peer violence among youth (CpVprevY)

Peer bullying / violence and Cyberbullying are happening daily in our communities, unfortunately. Exposure to severe (cyber)bullying can affect not just how young people feel but also how they behave. The behavioural consequences of bullying others and being bullied include aggression, misbehaviour, irresponsible risk-taking, and the use of illegal substances. Bullied students are also more likely to develop negative expectations about the future.

ICT-aided solutions are playing an ever-greater role in the forms of establishing and maintaining communication, replacing interpersonal communication. However, although the medium is different, there is always a person behind the digital tools, and this is why the tasks of youth work extend into virtual space. Even if youngsters show a big confidence in using online tools they are still not educated in using these tools with full awareness.

Prevention of youth radicalisation through education and empowerment of youth workers (YWantiRadical)

The online radicalisation and violent extremism are issues that communities are exposed to for more years now, especially after the terrorist attacks in different cities in Europe and wars in the world have occurred. For years, the fear that young people can be a targeted group by violent extremist has been in the attention of governmental institutions, families, working places as well as community. This fear comes even more today where this kind of content is presented, almost without control or moderation, in the digital world. Young people are the most present community in the online world, through accessing of different social media, platforms, and so on. This makes them as one of the most vulnerable community to this phenomenon.

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