Project info

  • TOC

    Together for Tackling Cyberbullying

  • 2021-1-IT03-KA220-YOU-000029227

  • 28/02/2022 - 27/02/2024

Project info

  • erasmusplus

  • Action Ka220

  • Call 2021

  • CEN

Project Description:

Together for Tackling Cyberbullying (TOC) is a 24-month Strategic Partnership in the field of Youth aiming at raising awareness about Cyberbullying as well as at preventing violence among young people. According to UNICEF “Cyberbullying is bullying with the use of digital technologies. It can take place on social media, messaging platforms, gaming platforms and mobile phones. It is repeated behaviour, aimed at scaring, angering, or shaming those who are targeted… Face-to-face bullying and cyberbullying can often happen alongside each other. But cyberbullying leaves a digital footprint – a record that can prove useful and provide evidence to help stop the abuse.

The innovation of the TOC project is directly attributable to the following elements: CONSORTIUM All partners involved in the Consortium have experienced in implementing project at local and International level. TOC partners are actively engaged in combating the social exclusion of young people and raising awareness in the community regarding the issues of Cyberbullying among young people. APPROACH Preventing cyberbullying among young people is a challenging process. In fact, there can be no healthy society without attitudes of awareness and tolerance and critical thinking skills. TOC involves both the direct target groups of youth workers and young people. It is certainly important to improve the quality of youth work on the topic of Cyberbullying. In addition, it is important to actively involve young people as learners and as real protagonists of social change by fighting against Cyberbullying.


During the cooperation, the consortium will pursue the following objectives:

• Design a Training Format targeted at youth workers and organizations for tackling Cyberbullying amongst young people.

• Develop a new innovative methodology to prevent cyberbullying, based on Digital Storytelling, Critical thinking, and Digital Skills.

• Promote the development of civic competences and the respect of human rights amongst youth community in all Europe, especially at the consortium level.

• Foster active citizenship, self-confidence, and sense of community amongst young people.

• Implement a local activity programmes to reach the TOC’s target groups TOC’s direct target group is:

• Joint Staff youth workers aged 18+ who have experience working with young people.

• BMYP young people (18-25 y/o) who are/were victims of cyberbullying and want to raise awareness about this problem and prevent those attacks The indirect target group is young people and communities affected by episodes of Cyberbullying.