The E-Safety manual represents the fourth result of the project whose goal is to address young people’s needs to use digital technologies and engage effectively and safely in online activities.

In order to do so, the E-Safety Manual gathers resources that offer practical tips and advice on different aspects of keeping young people safe online and protecting them from risks such as cyberbullying, dangerous online challenges, internet addiction, loss of privacy and scandals related to the misuse of personal data, web-tracking, spreading of fake news, image-based abuse and sexting. It also contains a map of local and international services providing support and case studies in order to guide and support parents, guardians, and carers, to set boundaries around online behavior and technology use as they play a key role in preparing young people to be digitally mature.

You can find here the E-Safety Manual in English, Italian, Greek and Slovak.