“Share and Like”

Women Now would like to present you the “Share and Like” campaign to fight cyberbullying.

“Share and Like” is a project aimed to inform and educate women and members of the LGTBIQ+ community between the ages of 15 and 25 of the dangers of cyberbullying in order to prevent .

Did you know that…

…in Belgium, 65% of the population uses social media?

…the social app whose number of users has increased the most in 2020 is TikTok, with 3 million of users in Belgium alone?

…4.2 million people use Instagram, 54% of whom are women between the ages of 18 and 34?

Although beautiful friendships and romantic relationships can emerge on the internet, meeting people through these apps can be risky.

On social media, unknown people often contact us. However, we must avoid sharing sensitive personal information with them without having first identified the real intentions of the person with whom we are speaking.

“Share and Like” project:

Women Now provides you with an anonymous online quiz where you can tell us about your experience with cyberbullying. Your answers will help us collect the data that will be used to improve local anti-cyberbullying policies.

Click here to access the quiz (in French) https://forms.gle/BDJS5zSyHmFnyYRh9

“Relationships with strangers”
“What to do in a situation of stalking”
“What to share on the Internet”
“Romantic apps”
“Have you been the victim of hate comments?”
“Online privacy”

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