Talking about cyberbullying is never enough. That’s why we are particularly eager to present the project FACE – Fighting Against Cyberbullying & Exclusion, a 2-year project composed by a consortium of 9 partners and co-financed by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission.

FACE is based on the awareness that cyberbullying is an increasing and underestimated phenomenon amongst teens and children, further compounded by the lack of knowledge and tools to fight it back. The project aims at developing guidelines, materials, networks and innovative methodologies combining multidisciplinary artistic approaches. The project is designed to involve the following different target groups: youth workers that will act as multipliers, students, parents, local authorities and other stakeholders. FACE will fight in an artistic and innovative way against the growing phenomenon of cyberbullying among adolescents and children and it will try to find solutions to fill the gap in knowledge and tools to deal with it.

Despite of being at the very beginning of its journey, FACE project is very active and has just released its first newsletter: sign-up and don’t miss any future activities!

Useful links:
Read the First Newsletter
Subscribe to FACE newsletter
Follow FACE project on Facebook
Visit the project’s website

Talking about cyberbullying is never enough. That’s why we are particularly eager to present the project FACE – Fighting Against Cyberbullying & Exclusion, a 2-year project composed by a consortium of 9 partners and co-financed by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission.

FACE is based on the awareness that cyberbullying is an increasing and underestimated phenomenon amongst teens and children, further compounded by the lack of knowledge and tools to fight it back. The project aims at developing guidelines, materials, networks and innovative methodologies combining multidisciplinary artistic approaches. The project is designed to involve the following different target groups: youth workers that will act as multipliers, students, parents, local authorities and other stakeholders. FACE will fight in an artistic and innovative way against the growing phenomenon of cyberbullying among adolescents and children and it will try to find solutions to fill the gap in knowledge and tools to deal with it.

Despite of being at the very beginning of its journey, FACE project is very active and has just released its first newsletter: sign-up and don’t miss any future activities!

Useful links:
Read the First Newsletter
Subscribe to FACE newsletter
Follow FACE project on Facebook
Visit the project’s website