Kick-off preventIng and responDing to children and AdolesCenT cyberbullyIng through innovative mOnitoring and educatioNal technologieS
REC Action Grant [REC-RDAP-GBV-AG-2020] – 24 months [01.01.2021 – 31.12.2022]
The KID_ACTIONS project has been finished in December 2022.
This website remains available as repository of the articles, resources and materials developed in the project lifespan to tackle cyberbullying.
WHAT ABOUT THE PROJECT
We supported teachers, educators, and youth workers in fostering effectiveness and efficiency in education about risks and effects of cyberbullying.
WHO WAS IT FOR?
We raised awareness among secondary school students and youth centers, and encouraged reporting by victims and bystanders.
WHAT WE DID
We fostered a wider dialogue with stakeholders in education, in order to adopt a co-creative and evidence-based approach to prevent and counter cyberbullying through education.
IN WHICH WAY?
We empowered young people to react effectively against cyberbullying through a Digital Education Platform including an advanced social media monitoring system.
The latest news from KID_ACTIONS project
Cyberbullying on Gaming Platforms – Interview with Laura Higgins, Roblox
Children and young people (CYP) are online almost every day. Girls often go online to social media platforms such as Facebook or Instagram, while Boys are most likely to engage in gaming.¹ The social aspects of gaming platforms offer opportunities for cyberbullying.²...
Talking about Cyberbullying at a Festival for Human Rights
Author: Chiara Gullotta (Amnesty International Italy) This year the Voci x Libertà (Voices for Freedom) took place from 22 July until 24 July in Rosolina Mare, a small coastal city in the north of Italy. This was a special edition of the festival, since it was...
Stop Cyberbullying with Artificial Intelligence
Author: Elena Sidorova (4INDATA, KID_ACTIONS Lab member) With the growing use of online communication tools, cyberbullying has become a major problem in today’s society. According to UNICEF, teenagers suffer from cyberbullying more significantly than adults because...