Cyber bullying guide

Info brochure

DIN A5 40 Pages

Revised Edition:

Published by: klicksafe

Target Groups: Educators Parents


Cyberbullying guide - information for parents, educational professionals and other interested parties

This guide presents the characteristics, functions, triggers and spread of cyberbullying. It also explains whether cyberbullying is a criminal offense and how to prevent cyberbullying in the school and family environment or how to recognize it as early as possible using certain warning signs. The chapter "What to do about cyberbullying?" presents ways of taking action against cyberbullying. The special features that apply to cyberbullying via smartphones and apps are also explained here. Three interviews with experts shed light on the legal options as well as the psychological aspects and consequences of cyberbullying and provide advice for those affected and their families. The links at the end of the brochure provide further information on the topic.