June 21st students and teachers participants in the DisAbsue training in Italy, presented their experince during the “Stop Cyberbullying Day” event organised by the Cybersmile Fondation.
The International Conference and DisAbuse Workshops aims to present the project outcomes at the end of the training programme implemented in Ireland, Italy, Spain and Portugal.
From the 4th to the 6th of June the World Anti Bullying Forum 2019 will take place in Dublin, Ireland. With 3 full days of seminars and activities, Dublin and the Forum will host over a 1000 delegates from around the world at the Helix in Dublin City University. With the President of Ireland and politicians and dignitaries from 15 countries in attendance, it is a huge and prestigious event with a great deal of competition for presenting places.
The Stop DisAbuse training course on combatting Disablist Bullying aimed at educating and empowering SEN/D users and those who work alongside them, is a modular course.
Final details for the sessions, the numbers, locations/dates all together for the pilot training phase were discussed. The next step is to start to prepare materials to advertise to target users.
Fiona Weldon and Lian McGuire of the National Anti-Bullying Research Centre and UNESCO Chair on Tackling Bullying and Cyberspace, presented on Disablist Bullying and the DisAbuse Project to a joint Norwegian / Irish 2 Day Seminar.
The Seminar was part of the joint masters module group specialising in the prevention and intervention of bullying in learning environments between the University of Stavanger Norway and Dublin City University, Ireland.
15 - 16 October 2018.
This conference will be held on the subject of bullying and cyberbullying of people with SEN/D at the University of Murcia together with a meeting of the DisAbuse EU project partners. Professor Pilar Arnaiz, who is an expert in the topic of people with SEN(D) and who has directed a thesis on cyberbullying, will participate in this conference. She will present her perspective on this problem.