Stay safe in cyber space
“Stay safe in cyber space” (SSCS) project is a mobility of youth workers, KA1 Training Course, under Erasmus+ and will be implemented by Asociación PROJUVEN. The training course will take place in Torremolinos (Málaga area), Spain and will involve 20 youth workers from 6 different countries (Estonia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Latvia, Romania and Spain).
The main aim of “Stay safe in cyber space” is to provide youth workers with new knowledge and competences on cyberbullying. In this regard, the specific objectives of the project for youth workers are to reflect youth workers’ role in relation to cyberbullying which affect an increase number of young people, to improve youth workers’ knowledge of cyberbullying and how to prevent and address it; to encourage social media literacy and knowledge
among youth workers to combat cyberbullying.
The project will use non formal learning methodology including methods such as: ice breakers, energizers, name games, reflection groups, working into intercultural subgroups, facilitated discussion, creative presentations, simulation, case study, and debates.
The project will involve 20 participants, 3 from Estonia, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania, and 4 from Spain and Latvia between 18-35 years old. The project is implemented by 6 organizations and financed by the European Commission through Erasmus+ programme.
For the participants’ selection the following criteria will be taken into consideration:
– Mix of existing and experienced youth workers but also youth workers who are new or newish to cyberbullying and media literacy.
– Ready to actively prevent cyberbullying and address it.
– Demonstration of social sensibilities (socially active youth workers/volunteers with a role in local communities and interested in preventing cyberbullying in their local communities).
– Experienced or interested in working with Erasmus+ programme.
The participants will have the following tasks:
– To complete the Participant’s mobility report sent by EU
– Make at least one publication or article, presentation or other/online (on organization website, Facebook or other social network)
– Everything else that you could do or organize as a dissemination of the project will be warmly welcomed and appreciated from us.
We encourage participants of all eligible ages to take part in our project.
Programme and action:
Erasmus+ KA1 training course
30 March - 6 April 2020
Number of participants: