Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying Workshops

  • Workshop for Youth

    An Honest Conversation about Cyberbullying: What You Need to Know and What You Can Do

    Join our free workshop for grades 7-9! Book a session for your class, school, youth group, or sports team by filling out the registration button below.

    The Honest Conversation About Cyberbullying workshop covers these important topics:

    • Cyberbullying and cyber violence
    • Online luring and sextortion
    • Other types of cyberbullying
    • The impacts of cyberbullying
    • What is happening on PEI
    • The Criminal Code of Canada
    • Bystander intervention
    • Supports and resources.

    Are you ready to empower youth? Click the registration button now!

    The workshop is available in English or French.

    The Department of Education and Early Years endorsed the workshop on January 17th, 2024.

    Register Now!

  • Workshop for Parents and Caregivers

    How to Have an Honest Conversation with Youth: With a Focus on Cyberbullying, Cyber Violence, and Cyber Victimization

    We’re offering a free workshop for parent groups. The workshop will guide parents through supportive conversations with youth about cyberbullying. You’ll leave with useful information, tools, and resources. The workshop covers these important topics:

    • Discuss the current state of cyberbullying
    • Review the PEI contexts
    • Learn about luring and sexual extortion
    • Learn about most common types of peer-to-peer cyber violence
    • Consent
    • Hear from teens
    • Explore supportive conversations with youth
    • What to do if your child is cyberbullying
    • Resources and supports

    The workshop is available in English or French.

    Register now!

Resources

About the Cyberbullying Project

We’ve received funding from Public Safety Canada to facilitate a five-year project on cyberbullying.

Our project goals:

  • To increase awareness of the profound and lasting impact that cyberbullying has on individuals, families, and communities.
  • To help reduce the occurrence and impacts of cyberbullying.
Project activities:
  • Develop and facilitate a cyberbullying workshop for youth ages 12-15: An Honest Conversation about Cyberbullying: What You Need to Know and What You Can Do.
  • Develop and facilitate a cyberbullying workshop for parents and caregivers: How to Have an Honest Conversation with Youth: With a Focus on Cyberbullying, Cyber Violence, and Cyber Victimization.
  • Collaborate with a Youth Advisory Council and a Cyberbullying Working Group on the planning and development of our resources.
  • Provide up-to-date cyberbullying resources and reporting options for youth and for families.
  • Provide youth and their families with legal information and support.

Contact

If you have experienced cyberbullying and are looking for support, contact our inquiry line: 

For more information about the project, contact: