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An Exchange of Thoughts and Supports on the Topic of Cyber Bullying

Europe has become more cosmopolitan due to constant migration within the borders of a country or from abroad for many reasons. People sometimes get the false opinions of certain people or groups from unchecked media tools, and they tend to commit hate crimes or bias/hate incidents. When prejudice-motivated adults raise children, they inevitably turn into harsh bullies who cause discomfort and injury to their peers just because they belong to different ethnicity, language, race, nationality,
religions, physical appearance, gender identity, or sexual orientation. The aim of the project was to equip youth workers and educators with a set of competencies to provide support and work with young people who have faced hate and bullying for their empowerment and re-integration as active stakeholders in the fight against human rights, tolerance and understanding.

 

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