Cybersafety for teens
This project “Cybersafety for teens” is implemented by NGO Labour and Health Social Initiatives with support by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands through the Human Rights Fund Programme.
Project objective: Ensure gender equality by preventing digital sexual harassment of schoolgirls (13-16 years old) in Lviv and Kyiv cities.
The project ensures the gender rights of adolescents (boys and girls) with a special focus on preventing online sexual harassment of schoolgirls, educating and raising awareness of teachers, parents and local children rights defenders.
The projects’ goal will be reached through adapting and piloting in 2 targeted cities (Kyiv and Lviv) and at the level of 5 targeted schools the CYBERSAFE Toolkit, which offers a combination of an online and workshop based methodology to prevent sexual harassment of teenage girls, whilst educating and informing school professionals, local rights defenders and parents.
the CYBERSAFE Toolkit was developed and is implemented in EU by the Dutch experts from ICDI, one of LHSI partner, who will present and provide technical assistance to the local experts on adapting CYBERSAFE to the Ukrainian context.
The project will offer a Training of Trainers (ToT)to workshops facilitators, who will deliver workshops to other relevant professionals, introducing a modern approach to prevention of sexual harassment and protection of girls in targeted schools. In addition, a Ukrainian version of the CYBERSAFE online tool will be used as the game-based learning tool to be used during a workshop with students of 13-16 years old in five targeted schools of 2 cities.
An awareness raising campaign and information will target school’s students, teachers and parents, and will include a digital information campaign for teens developed with students’ active participation. The scout youth organization will be another partner of the project to facilitate the campaign and ensure active young people participation.
Results and best practices of the project will be published in a final publication (bulletin) and presented to all local and national stakeholders in order to ensure sharing of experiences, further project extension and multiplication