Youth exposure to high levels of cyberbullying and hate speech in the public sphere has a significant impact on self-confidence and self-esteem. This situation leads to exclusion and stigmatization. Some of the national minorities or many immigrant youth are in a state of hiding or rejecting their own identity, as a result of marginalization and discrimination, due to the desire to be accepted by others. Therefore, young people who face different types of hate speech or online harassment -especially young minorities or immigrants- need to feel safe to
develop their self-esteem and self-respect. 
Above all, young people should develop special skills to help them deal with the different types
of online discrimination they face.
Youth Exchange Mobility:09/12/2022 – 19/12/2022 (travel dates are: 08/12/2022 – and 20/12/2022)
Evaluation of mobility and dissemination preparation:
21/12/2022 – 31/12/2022
-To ensure that 38 young people from 6 countries have online responsibility during the 
implementation of the youth exchange; develop the ability to think critically and recognize fake news.
-Increasing participation in the fight against fake news and online hate speech by including 
38 young people from 6 countries in planning and running a campaign, informing about the negative effects of hate speech and online disinformation.
-Promoting European values such as non-discrimination, tolerance and respect for cultural 
diversity, and developing social inclusion opportunities for 18 young people with fewer opportunities exposed to cyberbullying
The activities are based on formal and non formal education.
The young participants will have the opportunity to experience different non-formal education 
methods: “group works, treasure hunt, facilitated discussions, questionnaire, goldfish bowl, simulation, role-play, open space, instution visits, photo-animation, living library, photo-voice, computer-based work, interactive presentations, supported discussions, discovery learning, etc.’
Each partner will be represented by 5 participants and 1 group leader while Turkey by 7 participants and 1 group leader.
Participants’ age:
The group has to be composed by 3 boys and 3 girls.
Participants background:
Participants are young people who are interested in the theme of the project and want to be actively involved in combating fake news, bullying and exclusion on social media, and promoting social responsibility online. Participants need to find their intrinsic motivation and develop the specific skills that are the content of the project and gain new knowledge and skills to become human rights activists