This initiative is funded by the Secrétariat à la condition féminine du Québec, with the participation of the TELUS Fund, and produced by Juripop and La Ruelle Films. #StopCyberviolence aims to raise awareness about the growing problem of cyberviolence against women. The three-part campaign includes screenings of Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age, a learning activity for teens and resources for victims.
Film screenings and discussions about the film Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age at high schools, colleges, universities and profit or non-profit institutions.
Learning and Evaluation Situation (LES) including a teaching guide for secondary schools titled Cyberviolence Among Teens. English version will be available soon.
Resources for victims of cyberviolence and their loved ones.
The film Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age, directed by Léa Clermont-Dion and Guylaine Maroist, will be shown in a screening/discussion format in post-secondary institutions, libraries and community organizations. Hosts can also include guest panelists from their teaching staff or network.
A variety of possible formats*:
*Subject to availability and your geographical location
The LES (Learning and Evaluation Situation) Cyberviolence Among Teens targets students aged 12 to 17 years. The guide is part of a plan to counter bullying and violence in secondary schools. It was developed by Inês Lopes, Ph.D., psychologist and instructional designer, to educate teens and inform teachers about various forms of cyberviolence, their causes and explanatory factors, potential consequences, laws and possible solutions.
The LES consists of a teacher’s guide, video clips, fact sheets and worksheets to be completed by students.