Final conference of our project

Final Conference of the Czech project “Don’t let them mess with you!” took place on Monday, April 28, 2014 in the Chamber of Deputies in Prague. Project was made in cooperation with Více »

Nenech sebou zametat! visited Poland

Finally! Project “Nenech sebou zametat!” (‘Do not let them mess with you!’) showed up with all its glory in Poland! There is a lot to say, so let’s begin! In the last Více »

Extended training of lecturers on the topic of Bullying, Cyberbullying and Convention On The Rights Of The Child

From 22nd to 24th November 2013, additional training of lecturers took place in Prague at Prokopka Hotel. This training was realized in order to learn the lecturers how to work on the Více »

 

V4 meeting: Polish Hate Speech

The article has been written during the project “Don’t let them mess with you! across the border” in Prague which has been granted by International Visegrad Fund. The author is Małgorzata Ptak from Poland. If you have asked random Polish person about the hate speech in internet two weeks ago, he probably says that there

V4 meeting: Cyberbullying

The article has been written during the project “Don’t let them mess with you! across the border” in Prague which has been granted by International Visegrad Fund. The author is Jakub Dančo from Slovakia. Sexting is a problem in the Czech Republic. Low informated teachers is a problem in Poland. And for all, extremism and

V4 meeting: City game in Prague

The article has been written during the project “Don’t let them mess with you! across the border” in Prague which has been granted by International Visegrad Fund. The author is Aleksandra (Ola) Deren from Poland. It was 7th of July. The arrival day. After everyone has arrived, after the dinner the Czech organizators had a

Project Don’t let them mess with you! across the border arrives to Prague

We have prepared for you an international project in which Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland will take a part. The goal of the project is to compare nonformal education in the ICT field in Visegrad countries and go through an international training course in the field of bullying, cyberbullying and human rights. Project will

How is Don´t let them mess with you! working in Poland?

Participants of polish group “Nie daj sobą pomiatać” are participating in project called ”Stop Bullying! A human rights based approach to tackling discrimination in schools” organized by the Amnesty International. The project is co-fund by European Commission JUST/2013/DAP/AG/5578. Stop Bullying! A human rights based approach to tackling discrimination in schools seeks to engage school communities