Early prevention of gender-based cyberviolence for young people in conflict with the law in juvenile justice systems
The project is co-funded under CERV-2021-DAPHNE and it`s general objective is to prevent gender-based violence (GBV) among young people (girls and boys) who are subject to custodial and community sanctions in juvenile justice systems, with a focus on cyberviolence in the current context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The specific objectives are:
1) Comprehend the reality experienced by the target group in relation with GBV, cyberviolence, in the current context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
2) Improve ICT skills development among the target group to identify, prevent and react to gender-based cyberviolence (GBCV) when using ICT.
3) Increase young people’s commitment and participation in awareness-raising regarding gender-based cyberviolence.
4) Upgrade capacity-building among professionals working with young people (girls and boys) who are subject to custodial and community sanctions in juvenile justice systems to prevent cyberviolence.
5) Raise the awareness of the communities and families of young people in conflict with the law regarding GBV and GBCV among them.
6) Produce knowledge, share good practices and promote networking among key stakeholders.
The project consortium is composed of six organisations from five European countries:
The Center for promoting lifelong learning – CPIP is a non-governmental, non-profit institution active in the educational and social field. We devlop national and international projects on various social and educational topics.