In the previous weeks, we held the last project meeting of the CB4PARENTS project, which is a common issue all around the world. Cyberbullying is the use of technology to repeatedly and intentionally harass, hurt, embarrass, humiliate, or intimidate another person. In this regard, the project aims to improve the educational methods for parents to prevent children and adolescents from the risks of cyberbullying.
The transnational project meeting was hosted by the IGEA organization, in Bursa, Turkey, and lasted for two days. Cantabria, Lusófona, Škofja Loka, Uludağ Universities, Across Atlantic and Maltanow organizations were the coordinator participants of the meeting. During the meeting, the partners discussed the weaknesses and strengths of the project. The last important decisions have been taken in the meeting such as, project management, intellectual outputs, work packages, impact strategy, dissemination and learning teaching training activities. In addition to this, multiplier events will be held in each country to disseminate the project and share what has been done so far.
At the end of the meeting, the partners from the United Kingdom, Spain, Slovenia, Malta and Portugal, visited the historical city of Bursa. After a social dinner, they departed to their country.