U sklopu projekta "NEnasilje" kojim nastojimo povećati kod mladih osjećaj važnosti vršnjačke pomoći i suradnje u cilju prevencije vršnjačkog i općenito nasilja među mladima, razviti osjećaj međusobnog poštovanja, empatije te uvažavanja međusobnih različitosti- donosimo vam seriju članaka počevši sa cyberbullyingom kao trenutno najraširenijim oblikom nasilja među djecom i mladima.
Virtualno zlostavljanje ili cyberbullying je svaka komunikacijska aktivnost koja uključuje slanje, objavljivanje ili dijeljenje negativnih, štetnih ili zlonamjernih sadržaja o nekom drugom preko digitalnih uređaja. U današnje vrijeme predstavlja veliki izazov, kako u poslovnom okruženju tako i u privatnom. Uz konstantni razvoj društvenih mreža nastaje sve više prilika za uznemiravanje, poticanje mržnje, širenje nasilnih i uvredljivih komentara. Virtualni prostor ponekad otežava pronalazak odgovornih ljudi za bullying, što predstavlja jedan od najvećih izazova. Cilj cyberbullyinga je povrijediti, uznemiriti ili na neki drugi način naštetiti nekoj konkretnoj osobi ali ponekad prelazi u nezakonito i kriminalno ponašanje. Sadržaj objava takve prirode može ostaviti neizbrisivi digitalni trag koji postaje dostupan svima.
Osnovne i srednje škole su i dalje primarni izvori ovakve vrste nasilja. Stoga, nakon roditelja, i djelatnici škola imaju veliku odgovornost. Ključno je prepoznati žrtvu na osnovu promjene ponašanja ili nekih fizičkih oznaka te reagirati što prije. Svaka škola stoga treba imati stručnu pomoć u obliku psihologa koja bi stalno trebala biti dostupna učenicima bez obzira na stupanj potrebe.
It is well known by all that March 8th is the international women’s day. For this day, all men congratulate the women in their life, whether they are their wives, mothers, sisters, friends and so on. But why is such an event celebrated today? Why women need a day for everyone to dedicate their attention to them. The answer is simple, despite the passing of the years and what women have suffered throughout history, today there is no real equality in the most developed countries and of course, let’s not talk about countries of the third world.
What are we doing wrong? To begin with, recognizing the role of women only one day a year. In my opinion, it is legitimate to spend a day recognizing how important women are, and highlighting that, however it may be controversial as we should have the same rights as men.
For example, in Croatia, men give a specific flower, a red carnation “karanfil”, which symbolizes the strength of women. The red carnation is a symbol of the labor movement, and in addition to being a gift for Women’s Day, it is a regular sight at demonstrations as part of International Labor Day. Companies give it to their female workers as a symbol of the labor movement on Women's Day.
IS THERE ANY SOCIAL JUSTICE IN THE DIGITAL AGE WHICH WE LIVE IN?
On February 20th we celebrate the International day of Social Justice and the United Nations has dedicated an interesting article to it, calling for that social justice is so necessary in the digital economy.
The gap between the countries of the first and third world every day is wider due to the few digital resources that these less developed countries have.
The Coronavirus pandemic has done nothing but dig deeper into the wound and contribute to the digital inequality.
It is well known that digital economy is transforming the world of work.
While digital labor platforms provide workers with income-generating opportunities and benefits from flexible work arrangements, but they also present some challenges, such us: the regularity of work and income, their rights to fair working conditions, social protection and adequate standard of living, skills utilization, and the right to form or join trade unions, hard algorithmic monitoring practices and so on.
TICTAC - Multilateral Training Course to support quality in youth worker mobility activities under Erasmus+ Youth in Action
17-23 February 2020 | Italy
TICTAC is targeted at voluntary and professional youth workers and youth leaders interested in using international cooperation to enhance their local development strategies, it supports designing quality Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme projects.
TICTAC is a training course targeted at voluntary and professional youth workers and youth leaders interested in using international cooperation to enhance their local development strategies in line with the goals of their organizations.
The TICTAC training aims to support participants in designing qualitative projects and becoming the pioneers of the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme. The overall aim of the TICTAC TC is to develop participants’ competences for implementing projects within the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme, as support measures in an organization’s long term strategy.
15-22 December 2019 | Antalya, Turkey
The training is based on the legal empowerment model to increase the competences of youth workers for working with vulnerable populations to increase their knowledge related to legal issues specifically based social rights. ( https://www.newtactics.org )
The planned training course works on empowerment and conflict management in the context of youth services and youth policies and it is focused to increase the awareness of youth workers on social problems and make them taking initiative on changing the issues that the social excluded young people facing in their daily life. Therefore, we planned to implement this project to increase the capacities of youth workers as well as the young people long run to teach them about human rights violations ( i.e. discrimination in work place / or during the study due to skin color, race or religion etc. ) and tackle with this violations through out the legal empowerment in European Context by qualifying youth workers as paralegals. As a result of that, the participants will be enabled to design, implement and evaluate their own paralegal support mechanisms and they will be able to deliver counseling for the socially excluded young people.
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