🚨 New report out today on online hate among 1008 adults in Ireland analysed and written up by @MajaBAndreasen1 and @DarraghMcCashin:
Just under half of participants experienced online hate in their adult life due to their personal identity/beliefs:
DCUs UNESCO Chair on Bullying and Cyberbullying addressed an event today to mark Safer Internet Day 2023. He spoke about the importance of listening to children and young people, not expecting AI to solve all our problems online.
Today is Safer Internet Day!
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Safer Internet Day. The Irish Safer Internet Centre is calling on everyone to play their part in “Building Respect and Empathy Online”.
Our Director of Engagement, Darran Heaney spoke to The Irish Times recently on how to spot if your child is being bullied.
Read the article here👇
How Do I Spot if My Child Is Being Bullied? - DCU Anti-Bullying Centre
Shame, helplessness and fear of reprisals can stop children from telling their parents about being the target of b...
Amazing Doctoral Scholarships from ABC! Check them out here⬇️
@AntiBullyingCen 📢 Announces 3 Doctoral Scholarships
👉Parents Experiences of Online Gendered & Sexual Harassment
👉Using Cyber Safety Apps to Support Parental Mediation
👉Enhancing Family-School Partnerships to Prevent On/Offline Bullying
A team of researchers from ABC have recently published a new research article titled "Effectiveness of Artificial Intelligence–Based Cyberbullying Interventions From Youth Perspective"
Read it here⬇️
ABC welcomes our partners from Spain 🇪🇸, Italy 🇮🇹 and Croatia 🇭🇷 on the @EUErasmusPlus funded YAB Project (https://www.yabproject.eu/). The partners are designing and developing a teacher's toolkit and anti-#bullying campaigns to include young people with disabilities in education
Recently, one of our researchers @debbieging spoke to RTE about the concerns of Andrew Tate's influence on young men and boys.
Listen to the 10 minute clip here👇