The LEAGUE Project made remarkable progress in recent months and is ready to announce its first international training.
Since its launch in February 2022, much has been achieved within the LEAGUE project. Additionally, the project is proud to announce its first international training, which will take place in Vienna on February 16, 2023.
Over the last 10 months, the LEAGUE consortium has put a lot of work and effort into the project. Here are some of our main achievements in creating safe online environments for children:
- The establishment of the LEAGUE internet platform: Our technical partners from CERTH have succeeded in designing a user-friendly internet platform. The content and functions of the platform are based on empirical data collected by the LEAGUE consortium. The aim was to make the platform accessible as well as to adapt support services and content to the target groups’ needs. The platform is accessible via: https://project-league.eu/
- Social Media Glossary: we created a glossary about key terms in relation to OSCA (Online Sexual Child Abuse). The aim is to educate, inform and get the attention of our target groups via Social Media outputs. The glossary contains definitions of certain words and abbreviations that are used in connection with the sexual (online) abuse of children. Glossary entries are posted on our social media channels at regular intervals (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram). And speaking of social media: the launch of LEAGUE channels on YouTube and Twitch is already in planning.
- Material for our trainings: CESIE has developed the educational training materials for the upcoming LEAGUE trainings. We are already very excited about the reactions of the participants and cannot wait to distribute them among them.
The biggest news is still pending: Save the date, because on February 16, 2023 our first international training in Vienna will take place. The LEAGUE consortium expects a lively exchange between practitioners working with children and/or in the field of preventing (online) sexual abuse. Invitations and further information on the international training will be published shortly on our website and social media channels. We cannot wait to see you in Vienna and are very excited to hear your views on this topic. If you are interested, please get in touch: email@example.com
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