In March 2010, the EU created the EU 2020 Strategy, aiming at EU’s recovery from the crisis and developing the EU economy in the decade ahead. In the Digital Agenda, it is one of the 7 milestones of the EU 2020 Strategy. Its aim is to ensure that ICT is a key player in achieving the EU’s 2020 goals.The development of ICT has created a new area of learning and security. The distinction between the real and the virtual environment,the use of the digital environment of adults and children, and the discussion of their obstacles have recently become an important issue.More secure internet for children,discussions and research on the topic continues to take place among the most popular subjects. Recently, more and more European children use online services through tablets, mobile phones and game consoles. More than 50% of 13-16 year olds are connected to the internet from
their bedrooms and more than half of the children aged 9-16 have a social network profile. From digital games to social media, there are some events that cause children’s deaths.A survey by EU Kids Online since 2010 revealed that one in five children were exposed to cyber bullying and according to children that cyberbullying is one of the most harmful risks associated with the Internet.

The CB4PARENTS project, which is attended by 7 partners from UK,TR, MT, SI, ES, and PT countries, aims to improve the education methods of parents.This project will serve at the same time to disseminate the fight against cyberbullying across Europe. The target group of the project is the parents who are living EU.