The ENABLE project will run under the leadership of EUN, who will work closely with selected organisations, each of them with complementary sound expertise and approach, highly active and committed in the fight against violence and bullying amongst young people.
European Schoolnet, a not-for profit consortium of 30 education ministries, brings more than 16 years’ experience as aggregator of educational networks and leader of large-scale trans- national projects related to ICT and European co-operation. Its activities bring it into contact with over 5 million schools. It is therefore well placed develop actions between schools, keeping pace with the concerns of young people, teachers and educational project leaders through projects such as eTwinning and disseminating anti-bullying resources through their repositories of learning content. Moreover, in 10 years coordinating the Insafe network, EUN has developed in-depth knowledge and expertise on online and offline bullying.
For Adolescent Health (FAH youth-life.gr/index.php/el) is a Greece based NGO. FAH has been funded and activated, having as a vision the promotion of adolescent health in Greece as well as in Europe and internationally. The activities of FAH have been focusing on all clinical, educational and research levels. There is also a significant aspect on charity actions regarding youth in need. Actions of FAH are in collaboration with the Adolescent Health Unit (AHU) of the Second Department of Pediatrics- University of Athens and also other local NGOs, European, and International Organizations. See ENABLE in For Adolescent Health website.
South West Grid for Learning, SWGfL (www.swgfl.org.uk) is an educational charitable trust that specialises in supporting schools and affecting lasting change, primarily through the positive use of technology and ICT. It has built an international reputation for developing multi award-winning educational online safety tools and resources.as well as providing educational establishments with safe, secure and reliable broadband internet connections. SWGfL, alongside partners Childnet and Internet Watch Foundation, lead the UK Safer Internet Centre as part of the European Commission’s Safer Internet Programme. See ENABLE on the SWGfL website.
The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Award for Inspirational Young People (DA) aims to support the outstanding achievements of young people. DA has 13 years’ experience of working with young people, supporting them to improve their personal safety whilst building confidence to take full and active roles in their communities. The Award has been presented to over 36,000 young people. More recently The Diana Award has successfully organised an Anti-Bullying Programme, under government contract, to over 20,000 young people, parents and adults. See ENABLE on Diana Award website.
Partners in Learning is a teacher association dedicated to creating a positive and supportive environment in which education professionals can share their experience, get quality and current information, be innovative and creative and continue their professional development. Partners in Learning promote a proper and purposeful use of educational technology in all areas of education, lifelong learning of teachers and taeching and learning about responsible, appropriate and safe use of internet. See ENABLE in Partners in Learning website.
Center for Digital Youth Care (CfDP) has since 2004 worked to create, provide and guarantee professional help through digital media for vulnerable people. The organisation is a non-profit organisation anchored in the danish YMCA. The centre runs Cyberhus.dk, which is an online socio-educational club house and online forum and chat counselling service for at risk children and teens. Counselling is undertaken mainly by volunteer chat-counsellors, all with relevant educational backgrounds, such as teachers, pedagogues, social workers and psychology students. The counselling service deals with internet-related issues, as a part of the EU Insafe program, and has served as the Danish helpline since 2009. In December 2008 Cyberhus was ranked among the 5 best European websites for marginalised young people (E-inclusion). See ENABLE on the CfDP website.
Facebook operates as a social networking company worldwide. It provides a set of development tools and application interfaces that enable developers to integrate with Facebook to create mobile and Web applications. The company’s products include Facebook mobile app and Website that enable people to connect, share, discover, and communicate with each other on mobile devices and personal computers. For more information visit: www.facebook.com
Vodafone is one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies and provides a range of services including voice, messaging, data and fixed communications. Vodafone has mobile operations in 26 countries, partners with mobile networks in 52 more, and fixed broadband operations in 17 markets. As of 30 June 2014, Vodafone had 436 million mobile customers and 9 million fixed broadband customers. For more information, please visit: www.vodafone.com.
Twitter is a global platform for public self-expression and conversation in real time. It provides various products for users, including Twitter that allows users to express themselves and create, distribute, and discover content. The company offers promoted products, including promoted tweets, promoted accounts, and promoted trends that enable its advertisers to promote their brands, products, and services. More information here: www.twitter.com.
Ask.fm is the world's largest Q&A social network where more than 180 million members in more than 150 countries connect and engage by asking each other questions. Ask.fm has recently been acquired by Ask.com, the leading brand for online questions and answers and an operating business of New York-based digital media conglomerate IAC. Under its new owners, Ask.fm is committed to materially improving the safety and trust of its global Q&A service with significant investment in technology and through appointment of global digital safety leadership. Learn more.
Kaspersky Lab is one of the world’s fastest-growing cybersecurity companies and the largest that is privately-owned. The company is ranked among the world’s top four vendors of security solutions for endpoint users (IDC, 2014). Since 1997 Kaspersky Lab has been an innovator in cybersecurity and provides effective digital security solutions and threat intelligence for large enterprises, SMBs and consumers. Kaspersky Lab is an international company, operating in almost 200 countries and territories across the globe, providing protection for over 400 million users worldwide. Learn more at www.kaspersky.com
Microsoft is the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world, and its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. For more information, please visit: www.microsoft.com
Liberty Global is the world’s largest international cable company with operations in 14 countries. The company connects people to the digital world and enable them to discover and experience its endless possibilities. Liberty Global market-leading services are provided through innovative technology platforms that connect approximately 27 million customers subscribing to 56 million television, broadband internet and telephony services. More information here: www.libertyglobal.com.
The Council of Europe is the continent's leading human rights organisation. It includes 47 member states, 28 of which are members of the European Union. All Council of Europe member states have signed up to the European Convention on Human Rights, a treaty designed to protect human rights, democracy and the rule of law. The European Court of Human Rights oversees the implementation of the Convention in the member states.
The Icelandic Red Cross was founded on December 10th 1924. Throughout its history it has enjoyed tremendous public support and has played a pioneering role in many areas of health care, social work and education. The society has steadily grown stronger and is now the premier humanitarian agency in the country. The Icelandic Red Cross has 19.000 members and growing. The work of Red Cross volunteers complements the Icelandic welfare system and is a key component of the nation's emergency response capacity.
Pixel Creative Technologies creates immersive and interactive applications, with an emphasis on using virtual reality wherever possible. The founder of the company, Tom Murray, has over 15 years experience in the field of virtual reality. The company focus is on using virtual reality in a facilitating way, where VR helps to solve a problem or emphasise a message, rather than VR being the message itself.
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