In a Safe Manner on the Internet – Cyberbullying
Considerable advances in development of information and communication technologies throughout the world bring about the problem of increasing number of cyberbullying and other related harmful practices in most Czech schools.
Crime Prevention Department of Brno Municipal Police with its training provides primary school pupils, teachers and general public with valuable information relating to cyberbullying and other issues concerning human rights abuse through ICT (information and communication technologies). Concrete examples presented in the training familiarize participants with unlawful conduct of cyberbullying and show the implications it may have both for victims of cyber bullying and for cyberbullies themselves. The training places emphasis on raising awareness of how serious cyberbullying crime is, instructs how to identify such behavior and how to deal with it.
Students, teachers and parents are guided in ways of prevention against cyberbullying and other forms of harmful conduct which leads to the breach of human rights. They become acquainted with specific forms of cyberbullying and the ways to tackle individual encounters with bullies and especially how to prevent this form of behavior.
- Cyber bullying
- Cyber grooming – actions deliberately undertaken with the aim of befriending and establishing an emotional connection with a child, to lower the child's inhibitions in preparation for sexual activity with the child, or exploitation.
- Sexting – the act of sending sexually explicit messages or photographs by mobile phones or the internet.
- Happy Slapping – the act of attacking a victim by one or more people for the purpose of recording the assault commonly with a camera phone or a smart phone.
- Cyber stalking – the use of the Internet or other electronic means to stalk or harass an individual or a group of individuals.
- Illegal content of the Internet
- Case studies
- Risks associated with the use of social network, instant messaging, e-mail, mobile phones and others.
Presentation is addressed to:
- Primary school pupils
- Secondary school students
- Mgr. Jan Čoupek
- Mgr. Martina Jindrová
Lecture for the public
Contribution to the education of teachers
Lecture for elementary school students Brno
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