Training and Awareness Workshop on Sexually related Online Risks
Forthcoming On Line Interactive Workshop: Thursday 21 March 2024- from 12h00 to 13h15
“In an era dominated by digital interactions, it is vital to comprehend the potential threats that exist online and to acquire strategies for effective response.” As part of the Erasmus+ Project OnSafe , The Digital Leadership Institute (DLI), in collaboration with the project coordinator, the Research and Innovation Centre for Social and Educational Sciences, has designed a workshop focused on understanding and preventing sexually related online risks.
These risks include:
- Sexting: consensual or non-consensual sending or receiving of sexual images and/or texts via . mobile and other devices (including appearing in such images) among peers
- Sextortion: means of coercing victims to perform sexual favours or to pay a hefty sum in exchange for the non-exposure of their explicit images, videos, or conversations
- Non-consensual intimate image abuse: the online distribution of sexually graphic photographs or videos without the consent
The workshop aims to empower individuals, including children, youth, and adults, with the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to prevent exposure to sexually related online threats.
Trainer– Katja Legisa, Managing Director of the Digital Leadership Institute
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Speaker: Helena Demuynck, Catalyst for Conscious Women’s Transformation
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Delia received the innovactoras award in 2023. She has indeed taken an innovative action. The Development Cooperation, Global Citizenship and Human Rights Project: “Philosophy in Prison. Learning to think, knowing how to live”, which she coordinates, is an innovative project in Spain. It tries to combine the theoretical perspective with the practical one and is based on the realisation of periodical Workshops of initiation to practical philosophy in prison.
Based on the work of Concepción Arenal, as a crucial reference to initiate an effective penitentiary reform in Spain, each month an existential problem (love, sex, loneliness, death, justice, freedom, fear…) is reviewed through a session of exposition and debate and another of a practical nature, showing the keys of its philosophical analysis and training the beneficiaries of the penitentiary centre on how to use these keys in everyday life to successfully deal with stressful or difficult situations associated with such problems. The workshops are led by professors from different disciplines, such as philosophy, psychology and law.
Her aim is to contribute both to the improvement of the individual well-being of the inmates and to the improvement of coexistence in the penitentiary centre. To this end, this project aims to provide the community of inmates of the prison with useful tools for the development of their life in prison through the practical teaching of philosophy, favouring aspects such as self-knowledge, decision-making or the management of emotions and impulses.
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