The Hei4Diversity training course is designed primarily to strengthen the capacity of all members of the university community to recognize any form of violence and discrimination against LGBTQI+ groups and to take action against them.
The Didactic Guide is the document that introduces the Hei4Diversity innovative online training course.
KITE Fighters’ toolkit provides creative methods to cope with bullying situations and prevent the escalation of conflicts at school. It is particularly useful for engaging students with social difficulties.
The educational platform is a useful tool to enhance the knowledge and skills of sports professionals in identifying and preventing violence against children, as well as in promoting a safe and child-friendly environment in sports and leisure activities.
The aim of the present Guidelines is to enable readers to create multi-agency networks with key stakeholders to foster cooperation in the field on child safeguarding.
This module portrays a set of non-formal activities and methodological approach to work with young people on their communication skills and ability to address potentially conflictual situation in a proper manner.
The present tool provides guidance on how sports organisations can improve and/or develop child safeguarding practices and policies.
This report provides a comparative analysis of Child Protection Policies implemented by sports and leisure organizations in Greece, Italy, Portugal and Cyprus.
This report contains a synopsis of relevant findings including transnational developments in the field of right-wing extremism and Islamism and developments and results of the project, resources and further readings.
This document contains a series of analytical papers on country-specific trends, reports, specific hate phenomena and types.
In this Hate Ontology, sCAN partners and members of the International Network Against Cyber Hate have researched the concepts and keywords that can signpost potential hate content on the Internet.