Co-funded: European Union, Erasmus+ Program – Key Action 1, Mobility of youth workers
Period: 26.05.2024 – 01.06.2024
Place: Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Spain


  • Organize and facilitate a non-formal education-based training course, spanning five days, to enhance the awareness and understanding of 22 participants regarding various aspects of cyber-violence, including its root causes, forms, impact on victims, and the role of social media in perpetuating such behaviour.
  • Equip 22 participants with practical skills for safe and responsible online behaviour, including understanding cybersecurity, recognizing phishing attempts, and managing their digital footprint.
  • Empower the 22 participants with the knowledge and tools to effectively respond to cyber-violence, including reporting incidents, supporting victims, and using digital platforms for positive advocacy.
  • Collaboratively develop a 2 hour workshop design on cyber-violence awareness, prevention, and intervention to serve as a valuable resource for promoting safe and responsible online behaviour within the participants’ communities.
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