The Antibullying Project is a five-year multi-disciplinary project based on an integrative holistic model that responds to the entire environment of children and adolescents, starting with work with parents, educators, aid workers, and the general population. Our goal is not only to provide an individual response to the victims of bullying but to work on prevention and to accompany the various institutions that integrate refugee and immigrant children. This is done in addition to working with the local and refugee population in order to close cultural gaps and in parallel to campaigns in the media and social networks aimed at raising awareness against bullying
Short description of the activity
Αctivities and workshops for teachers and educators and parents of school kids, neighbourhood and street cultural events that aim to expose the participants on different cultures of people they meet at school, work and neighbourhood from different countries worldwide.
A detailed description of the activity (the theme of every session, time plan etc)
1- youth workshops/ activities
2- Parents groups and Parents training
3-Teachers' training workshops
5- Cultural event
Benefits for the participants:
To be exposed to other cultures, to provide parents and teachers with tools to improve the children general wellbeing, especially those who are exposed to bullying in and outside the school. Moreover, this is addressed to the bullies themselves! Children and parents will also enjoy entertainment activities that expose them to other cultures focusing on the culture as something that bring people closer to each other!
Access to service and referral procedure info
Referrals through email at [email protected]