ENABLE (European Network Against Bullying in Learning and Leisure Environments) aims to tackle bullying in a holistic way, helping young people exercise their fundamental rights in the home, school, class and community (i.e. peer group).

Using a unique approach that combines social and emotional learning (SEL) with Peer Support, the ENABLE team strives to provide school staff with the skills, knowledge and confidence that can help them establish an effective student Peer Support scheme in their schools and develop their students’ social and emotional skills.

To find out more about the project, go to About.

 

The completion of the ENABLE project will be marked with the ENABLE 2 ACT conference which will take place on 21-22 September in Zagreb, Croatia. During the event, the outcomes of the ENABLE project will be presented and discussed, and future avenues of work, explored.

The conference will also present participants with the opportunity to review their own role, not only when it comes to preventing and diminishing the harmful effects of bullying, but also in promoting more positive on- and offline interaction as a means of fostering active citizenship from early childhood onwards.

More than a conference, ENABLE 2 ACT will be an open forum for debate between young people and their parents and teachers, leading researchers, social and mobile platform providers, psychologists and policy makers, offering them a unique opportunity to discuss, learn, share experiences and create.

You can access the conference registration page here

 Check the conference agenda

Calling all ENABLE schools: share your experience

We would like to invite all schools involved in the European-wide ENABLE project to share their experience participating in the project! As this is a brand new project, we are keen to show how schools are using the resources in different ways with a variety of age groups. All you have to do is fill out the form and send it to a partner based in your country.

Download the form.

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New content available on the ENABLE site

The ENABLE team has published fresh content for its audience of education practitioners, parents and carers interested in anti-bullying trends and approaches. Here is what is new:

14.09.16

Ballyclare High School takes part in European anti-bullying initiative

Ballyclare High School has taken part in a new programme which aims to prevent and reduce bullying in schools across Europe.

07.07.16

Cause for concern: bullying of young people with disabilities

Teachers and specialists from ten countries took part in a two-day workshop on technology and students with special educational needs (SEN). The workshop took place at European Schoolnet's Future Classroom Lab on 16-17 June 2016.

22.06.16

Upcoming ENABLE events and activities

May will be a busy period for the ENABLE team. Stay tuned to find out more about upcoming events and activities!

09.05.16

Cyberbullying - A guide for parents and educators will be launched on 21 April, National Cyberbullying Awareness Day

Marking the National Cyberbullying Awareness Day celebrated on 21 April, Plátano Editora (Portugal) announces the release of Cyberbullying – Um guia para pais e educadores (Cyberbullying - A guide for parents and educators) written by Sonia Seixas (an ENABLE Think Tank member), Luis Fernandes and Tito de Morais, and prefaced by Prof. Daniel Sampaio.

21.04.16

 

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by the Daphne Programme
of the European Union
 
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