Project photo album: protection from cyberbullying and cyber violence
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This photo album documents a series of activities for the project: Protection of girls and boys from cyberbullying and gender-based cyber violence.
The role of the internet in helping children and young people to expand their learning and educational opportunities is undeniable. Despite the benefit, risks in cyberspace inceasingly occur.
The context requires a good understanding of the situation and gaps in capacity, legal frameworks, and socio-cultural environments to propose appropriate interventions to ensure children’s safety in cyberspace. Plan International Vietnam has worked with Plan International Germany on the project Protection of girls and boys from cyberbullying and gender-based cyber violence.
Safety online for young people
The project’s objective is for adolescents aged 10 – 18, particularly girls and the most vulnerable, to be empowered to safely use the internet and social media and to be protected from all forms of online abuse.
The project also aims to help families, schools, and communities establish mechanisms to protect children from all forms of bullying and gender-based violence in the online environment. We also work with governmental and media agencies, as well as IT service providers to prevent and respond effectively to ensure the safety of children and young people on the internet.
This photo album documents a series of activities reflecting efforts by Plan International and its governmental and community partners in protecting children from violence, exploitation, and abuse on the Internet.
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Protection from violence, Gender-based violence