An Honest Conversation About Cyberbullying - A Workshop for Youth
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 Department of Education and Early Years endorsed the workshop on January 17th, 2024.
- Our Resources
Department of Justice & Public Safety
- Booklet for Parents and Caregivers of Children Age 10-17: Revealing The Dangers Of Online Child Sexual Exploitation
- Video: Online Dangers – Cyberbullying and Online Child Sexual Exploitation: What Parents and Caregivers Need to Know
- Bullying Prevention: Nature and Extent of Bullying in Canada
- Together We Can Stop Cyberbullying
- Online Child Exploitation: What You Need to Know
- Examining Key Populations in the Context of Implementing Cyberbullying Prevention and Intervention Initiatives
- National public awareness campaign created to inform Canadians about cyber security and the simple steps they can take to protect themselves online
- Canada’s national tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children
- Resources on technology-facilitated sexual and gender-based violence (TFGBV) in Canada.
- Infographic – Nudes and the Law: Know Your Rights
- Infographic – TFGBV: What You Need to Know
- Infographic – Is it Illegal for Young People to Share Nudes?
- A Guide for Trusted Adults: Practical Tips and Tools for Supporting Girls and Young Women Navigating Life Online
- Helps teens stop the spread of sexual pictures or videos and provides support to youth
Kids Help Phone
- Talk to someone at Kids Help Phone—a free, 24/7 confidential counselling, information and referrals, and support service for young people
- Text: 686868
- Call: 1-800-668-6868
- Canada’s healthy relationships hub: preventing interpersonal violence through research and practice
- Resources, help line information, grief & bereavement resources, documentaries & videos
- Educational materials, supports, and collaborating on policy changes
Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
Canadian Red Cross
- Study: Online harms faced by youth and young adults: The prevalence and nature of cybervictimization
- Cyberbullying Among Youth Infographic
About the Cyberbullying Project
Cyberbullying Trauma-Informed Intervention is a five-year project funded by Public Safety Canada, under the Crime Prevention Action Fund (CPAF). Approximately 30% of young people disclose experiencing cyberbullying, and its impacts can be significant and long-lasting.
This project will work to reduce incidents of cyberbullying impacting youth on Prince Edward Island.
Working with a youth advisory council, we are developing two resources:
- A workshop for youth about cyberbullying prevention, including healthy relationships, rights and consent, and what to do if you’re being cyberbullied.
- A workshop for caregivers, educators, coaches, and other youth-serving adults, about how to have effective conversations with youth about cyberbullying, and how to best support disclosures of cyberbullying. We will post more information about this workshop in early 2024.
Project members include: Department of Education and Early Years, Commission scolaire de langue française, Action Femmes, Charlottetown Police Services, Department of Justice and Public Safety, RCMP, RCMP – Internet Child Exploitation Unit, Summerside Police Services, Victim Services, and Women’s Network PEI.
If you have experienced cyberbullying and are looking for support, contact our inquiry line:
- 902-892-0853 or 1-800-240-9798
For more information about the project, contact: