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Bullying can take the form of physical or verbal abuse and usually takes place at school. Do you know what to do if you are the victim of bullying? Or if you see someone else being bullied?
S nárastom pravidelného používania mobilných telefónov a internetu u mladých ľudí došlo v posledných rokoch aj k nárastu virtuálneho šikanovania. Chcete zistiť, ako proti nemu bojovať a ako mu predchádzať?
Young people spend a lot of time on the Internet, either on the computer or on the phone. But are you sure you are keeping yourself safe while surfing the web?
„How are you?“ „I´m fine...“ you often hear these words when you meet your friends and fellows. Less often you really think about their meaning, if the „fine“ in their words fits reality, and if it is so common for most of young people.