Beware! is an ongoing European collaborative project that has been funded with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. It lasts from 2018 to 2020.
Beware! is a collaborative project aiming at raising awareness among young people and at teaching them how to:
. protect their personal data in the online environment
. protect themselves against online harassment.
To achieve these goals, a guide will be created with the aim to raise awareness among young adults about cybersecurity and online harassment. This guide will come in addition to an educational game developed by Interactive 4D.
Outcome #1 - Developing the skills of 13 youth workers in online safety through comprehensive learning activities.
Outcome #2 - Improving the skills of 75 young people with limited opportunities in the field of online data protection and cyber bullying, through these learning activities.
Outcome #3 - Improving the level of knowledge of online security issues by 1000 young people through 25 non-formal learning sessions coordinated by 75 young people.
Outcome #4 - Developing the BEWARE Toolkit for the use of youth workers.
Outcome #5 - Developing the BEWARE Educational Game for youths.
The partners of the Beware! project are:
. Smart Educational Projects (association of school teachers, Romania), coordinator
. AcrossLimits (training organization, Malta)
. IFOM (training organization, Italy)
. YouNet (training organization, Italy)
. Interactive 4D (serious games studio, France)
|Jan. 8th - 11th 2019: Second learning activity related to the second intellectual output "Improving the skills of 75 young people with limited opportunities in the field of online data protection and cyber bullying". The meeting was organized in Bologna by IFOM.|
|Nov. 8th - 22nd 2018: First learning activity related to the first intellectual output "Developing the skills of 13 youth workers in online safety". The meeting was organized in Malta by AcrossLimits.|
|August 30 - 31st 2018: Kickoff meeting. The meeting was organized in the city of Targu-Jiu (Romania) by SEP (Smart Educational Projects).|