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CYBERSAFE online toolkit

The CYBERSAFE Toolkit, created by 9 partner organisations and co-funded by the REC program of EU, is a great helper for educators, youthworkers or others facilitating workshops on the topic of online sexual harassment and safety for young people. The toolkit combines materials that are downloadable as a PDF and an online tool, that encourages discussion through case studies and role play. There main themes in the workshops are non-consensual sharing of sexual images, exploitation, coercion and threats, sexualised bullying, and unwanted sexualisation. The best part? The materials as well as the online tool have a nice guide for the facilitators, too, so instead of having to read into the topic for hours beforehand, you can learn by doing and get going right away!

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CYBERSAFE

CYBERSAFE is a 30-month project funded by the European Union. Nine project partners from various European countries have developed and promote an innovative experiential educational prevention programme – the CYBERSAFE Toolkit – that includes playful online tools, to address the issue of online violence against women and girls among young people (13–16 years old), in a classroom setting. Partners involved: Azienda Speciale Retesalute (Italy) International Child Development Initiatives (Netherlands) Northern Ireland Rape Crisis Association (United Kingdom) Serious Games Interactive APS (Denmark) Union of Women Associations of Heraklion Prefecture (Greece) University of Tartu (Estonia) University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) Women Against Violence Europe (Austria) Women’s Support and Information Centre – Women’s Support and Information Centre (Estonia)