Cybersafe project meeting in Tartu, Estonia


In March 2020 partners of the Cybersafe project met in Tartu, Estonia. The project partners are working together to guarantee the successful implementation of an educational online tool to be used in schools, in order to tackle online violence against girls.

ICDI - International Child Development Initiatives presented the Educational Prevention Programme for teenagers, while Serious Games Interactive updated the partners on the development of the online tool. Political Science - University of Tartu is following the implementation of pilots in schools in Greece (done by Σύνδεσμος Μελών Γυναικείων Σωματείων Union of Women Association), Italy (done by Retesalute) and Northern Ireland (done by Nexus_NI). The WAVE Network informed the partners about the dissemination of the project results, while Barbara Brečko, PhD, member of Centre for Social Informatics (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences) and Naiste Tugi- ja Teabekeskus supported the partners with content-related work, such as a report on online violence against girls.

The second day was used for a train the trainer workshop on how to conduct structured pilot intervention and evaluations in the partner countries.

The online tool, as well as the project outputs, will be available online for all the interested stakeholders, schools and organisations, so remember to follow Cybersafe on social media and subscribe to the Newsletter (http://eepurl.com/gl-slP) to keep updated.

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