Project deSHAME is a collaboration between Childnet, Save the Children (Denmark), Kek Vonal (Hungary) and UCLan (UK), co-financed by the EU.
Together we aim to tackle peer-based online sexual harassment among 13-17 year olds by empowering local communities including schools and police to work together to increase reporting among young people.
In close consultation with young people, professionals, industry and policymakers, Project deSHAME will:
- Improve understanding of online sexual harassment among young people
- Develop, implement and evaluate effective awareness raising activities and strategies co-created with young people to increase reporting
- Develop a range of educational, training and awareness materials and tools to enable professionals from multiple sectors to effectively collaborate to prevent and respond to online sexual harassment
- Promote mutual learning and transfer knowledge to other European countries and partners worldwide in order to promote young people’s digital rights.
If you would like to find out more about Project deSHAME please contact Maithreyi Rajeshkumar on [email protected]