Sarnia Speaks: Cyberbullying
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About the event
According to the RCMP, cyberbullying “...involves the use of communication technologies such as the Internet, social networking sites, websites, email, text messaging and instant messaging to repeatedly intimidate or harass others. Cyberbullying affects victims in different ways than traditional bullying. It can follow a victim anywhere 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from school or work, to the mall or grocery store, and all the way into the comfort of their home - usually safe from traditional forms of bullying.”
Furthermore, the RCMP indicates that it includes:
- Sending mean or threatening emails or text/instant messages.
- Posting embarrassing photos of someone online.
- Creating a website to make fun of others.
- Pretending to be someone by using their name.
- Tricking someone into revealing personal or embarrassing information and sending it to others.
Join us on February 27 to hear those with lived experience share stories regarding their experiences with cyberbullying, the effect it had on their lives, and how they moved forward in a positive way.
Listen to the stories of our featured panel members and moderator and engage during our moderator-led open conversation.
This dialogue is intended to be a safe space for anybody who wants to listen, contribute or learn, and is moderated by a professional with experience in the field.
NOTE: this dialogue is not intended to be a platform to ask for or give medical advice. Due to the nature of an open dialogue, we cannot predict what content will be discussed. Attendees should understand that dialogue will be unfiltered and may include content that could be upsetting to some.
Free admission, no RSVP, tickets, or seating reservations required. For more information, please contact Danielle Catton (Cooper) at firstname.lastname@example.org.