MIGS is proud to present its new video campaign to raise awareness on gender based violence through new media technologies. The campaign also promotes the “SafenetCY” Hotline and the Safer Internet Helpline operated by Cyberethics Cyprus.
The video campaign was developed within the framework of the project “Staying Safe Online: Gender and Safety on the Internet”, funded by the Daphne III Programme of the European Union. The project addresses the issue of media violence, particularly in connection with new media technologies and social networking sites. The overall project aim is the collection of gender-related data and awareness raising about the role of gender in cyber-related abuse (sexual harassment, stalking, cyber-bullying among other) associated with the use of the internet and new communication technologies by young people. Read more →