Media Literacy Week: Web seminar registration now open!

As part of the media literacy week in Rhineland-Palatinate, klicksafe is offering two web seminars in June. The first is "What to do in case of (cyber)bullying?", in which the first steps for conflict resolution are discussed. On the second date, the advice and help service "" will be presented.

The Week of Media Liter acy is an initiative of the Ministry of Education Rhineland-Palatinate, the Pädagogisches Landesinstitut and the LMK - medienanstalt rlp and is supported by numerous partners. During the 1st Week of Media Literacy Rhineland-Palatinate, a variety of offers and events around media literacy topics will take place throughout the state from June 22 to 28, 2020. klicksafe supports the action week with two web seminars:


""" What to do in case of (cyber)bullying """

Tuesday, June 23, 2020, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

(Cyber)bullying is not a new phenomenon. Due to its dimension that goes beyond class time, it poses special challenges for teachers and school social work. As a rule, attacks on children and young people on the net have their beginning in real, analog, social places, often in the context of school. In bullying, individuals are systematically victimized, excluded, humiliated, and discriminated against. Although bullying originates with and targets individuals, it is not a problem that can be solved by working with individual children or subgroups. To deal with (cyber)bullying, competence in dealing with escalating, violent conflicts and media pedagogy is necessary. The web seminar explains the dynamics of (cyber)bullying in a systemic context, deals with the first steps in an emergency and gives advice on how conflict management can succeed in schools in the long term.

  • Speaker: Birgit Kimmel, EU initiative klicksafe
  • Interesting for: Teachers, educational specialists, school social workers.
  • Registration is already closed! Click here for the recording.


""" - help with stress on the net """

Thursday, June 25, 2020, 4:00 - 4:30 p.m.

Rip-offs, harassment, cyberbullying, fake news, hate on the net and addiction are part of the everyday experiences of being online. That's when good advice and quick help are needed. 
In this web seminar, we will introduce the website Here, children from the age of 12 and young people can find advice and help for stress on the net. The special feature: serves as a central point of contact and as a distribution list for quick and appropriate help. By cooperating with the best-known recognized counseling centers in Germany, young people can be referred quickly. So you don't have to search for the right advice center yourself, but can find all the contacts on one website. How this works and how can be used at schools and youth facilities will be shown by

  • Speakers: Michaela Brauburger, speaker, Nina Pirk, Nummer gegen Kummer e.V., Susanne Neuerburg, JUUUPORT e.V.
  • Interesting for: Committed students (e.g. media scouts, student council, mediators, group leaders), school social workers, teachers and pedagogical professionals from secondary level 2 onwards.
  • Registration is closed. Click here to go to the recording.

The advice and help site is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth as part of the initiative "Growing up well with media" and coordinated and further developed by the EU initiative klicksafe.