Human trafficking victims risk factor

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It is a popular belief, both in media and politics, that the victims of human trafficking are a specific group of especially vulnerable and defenceless girls (e.g. Snajdr, 2013; Weitzer, 2007; 2013). However, both literature and our own investigation at the very least nuanced this view on victims of human trafficking f...

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CYBERBULLYING VICTIMS RISK FACTORS

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Cyberbullying is a type of aggression that takes place intentionally through different technological devices, specifically through cell phones and the Internet (Slonje & Smith, 2008). Bullying, on the other hand, is an aggressive act carried out deliberately by one or more persons against a victim who is less able ...

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Online grooming victims risk factors

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The first thing to consider when discussing online grooming is that there is nothing such a victim profile. We may find some precipitant factors, but in words of most of the experts in the field: Any kid can become a victim. Nevertheless, risk and protective factors that have emerged through the research will be discus...

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Human trafficking: Modus Operandi

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On the level of definitions of human trafficking, there is considerable disagreement between how various governments, NGO’s, and academics define human trafficking for the purpose of sex work (see further). The definition adhered to by Europe in the CoE Convention against trafficking in human beings is: Trafficking i...

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Online grooming: Modus Operandi

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Online grooming (OG) is a process through which an adult uses new technologies to establish a dynamic of sexual persuasion and victimization through online contacts in order to obtain sexual content from the child (Webster et al., 2012, see Barber & Bettez, 2020 for a review on OG definitions). This phenomenon is a...

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Cyberbullying: Modus Operandi

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Cyberbullying is a type of aggression that takes place intentionally through different technological devices, specifically through cell phones and the Internet (Slonje & Smith, 2008). Bullying, on the other hand, is an aggressive act carried out deliberately by one or more persons against a victim who is less able ...

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CC DRIVER – RAYUELA legal and ethical meeting

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In this workshop CC DRIVER and RAYUELA explained the legal and ethical issues in both projects and how they are being dealt with. This was followed by questions and dicussion to share best practices.

Speakers: Pieter Gryffroy, WP leaders
Date: November 25, 2021 15:00 UTC

Open Classroom Conference 2021

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Τhe EDEN Open Classroom Conference 2021 “Real change takes place in deep crisis”, co-organised by the European Distance and E-Learning Network, the EDEN Digital Learning Europe, the Institute of Educational Policy, and Ellinogermaniki Agogi took place on 22-24 October 2021. Our Rayulea members were activ...

Speakers: Gregorio López, Pieter Gryffroy
Date: October 23, 2021 00:00 UTC

Cybercrimes and Teenagers. Risks and threats on digital environments

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An interactive workshop on the awareness of cybercrime affecting young people experiencing a story based dynamic to evaluate what happens in a realistic type of situation. The workshop is based on RAYUELA project focused on empowering and educating young people to a more conscious and aware use of the Internet through gaming, in a preventive and mitigating action to reduce cybercriminal behaviour.

Speakers: Gregorio López, Stephanos Cherouvis, Claudia Matera, Maria Reneses Botija
Date: October 13, 2021 00:00 UTC