The partners will examine existing research, studies and survey results to establish the framework for cyberbullying in Europe (forms, risks, symptoms, impact/harm, solutions).
Design and develop awareness raising and educational tools for children, young people, parents and all other stakeholders to increase their understanding of the risks related to cyberbullying.
Build on existing partnerships and networks to distribute the tools to schools, parents associations, family organisations, local, regional and national authorities.
Prepare policy recommendations (school curricula, protection of children, safer internet) both at national and European level.
Use media to spread the campaign as widely as possible.
Organise 1 kick-off and 1 closing conference, with project meetings.
Organise 3 Working Group meetings, which will always be linked to a visit to one of the partner organisations. They will take place in Finland, in Budapest and in Brussels. It will enable our partners organisations to showcase more in-depth their work on the subject.