|Aim||For young people to realise who they can turn to for help and advice|
|Duration||Approx. 15-30 Min|
|Number of participants||5-20|
|Material||Paper and pens; various case scenarios on paper; sticky coloured dots (green, yellow, red)|
Prepare various case scenarios (see examples on the right).
Write various places to go and people to turn to down on cards: friends, parents, teachers, drop-in centres, police, etc.
In small groups discuss each scenario, who the participants would turn to in such a case and how serious it is. Afterwards, each scenario should be marked with a coloured dot: red = to be taken very seriously, green = no big issue. The participants can allocate the cards to the case scenarios according to who they would turn to (parents, police, etc.). There will be different opinions, which is okay – these should be discussed.
|Tags||boundaries, Cyberbullying, Data protection, Grooming, online security, opinion, privacy, self-reflection, Sexting, Violence|