STOP Cyberviolence

We are proudly announcing our new project: STOP Cyberviolence

Project duration: 01/09/2016 – 31/01/2018
Target group – young people 15 to 30 years old and decision-makers from the subject of cyberbullying
Purpose – allowing discussion of young people with decision-makers in the field of cyberviolence and its preventing, as well as developing by the youth the recommendations for decision-makers in this field.

Planned actions:

  • Online survey on a sample of 1,000 people with objective of researching state of the knowledge of people aged 15-30 on cyberviolence – how it is perceived and ways of preventing it
  • Media debate starting a project with youths, decision-makers and the media taking part
  • Three thematic debates with decision-makers and experts
    • Risks associated with cyberviolence
    • Ways to prevent and eliminate cyberviolence
    • How do I defend against cyberbullying and where to seek help
  • Two happenings involving young people and street artists
  • Three flash mobs created by the young internet users in places and form proposed by them
  • Three practical seminars for youth leaders with the participation of experts and decision-makers
  • Conference summarizing the project activities
  • Publication of the brochure “Cyberviolence – Do not be indifferent!
  • The pattern of dialogue participation of young people developed by themselves, created on the basis of project activities

Project coordinator: Katarzyna Krzywańska


Project’s partner is Institute of New Technologies Association (INT)

The project is co-financed from EU funds under the EU Erasmus +Programme