With an aim to ensure that the target audience of the project is well responded while all the specific objectives and wider goal of the project are fulfilled, we have prepared well-balanced, diverse set of activities as following:

  • Develop MOOCs material (including webinars for beneficiaries in the regions);

  • Develop and Print Leaflets & Guidelines to ensure that significant topics on online safety, media literacy and ‘cyber hygiene’ for children, parents/carers and teachers based on EU agenda for digital safety to increase awareness of the risks faced when being online and to support capacity building of educators in online safety;  

  • Join international campaign #SaferInternet day through campaign event as institutions and encourage partners to join as well;

  • Create project website to disseminate information about activities as well as information regarding cyber education; 

  • Plan and Execute cybersecurity workshops for Children (schools, HEI) on how to be safe in cyber space and how to protect data (6 universities, 4 in Tbilisi and 2 in regions and 10 schools in total, 6 in Tbilisi and 4 in the regions);

  • Plan and Execute Workshop for Educators (3 workshops for educators in total) and Workshops for General Public (3 workshops for general public in total);

  • Implement Competition: University students partnered with pupils in groups will make a product (visual art, theatre performance, for instance) able to represent their way to conceive cyber threats and possible solutions. Through a direct involvement, they will also be acquainted with EU law, policies actions and initiative concerning cybersecurity;

  • Plan and Execute 1 Day Forum, to enhance once again awareness regarding the EU policies regarding cybersecurity and data protection among different stakeholders.

Contact us if you have some questions or contributions related to the project:

Jean Monnet Project PEU-C-E is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.


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