Lead SA has announced a new campaign for this year’s 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children (25 November – 10 December). They have teamed up with Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) to launch a series of stories created by Web Rangers that highlight the abuse and violence faced by young people online.

The ‘In Real Life #Be Strong’ campaign highlights exactly what cyberbullying would look like in real life. They point out that if it isn’t ok to say in public, face-to-face, it isn’t ok to say online either! Cyberbullying can do a great deal of damage to the victims mental health, and we should all work together to stop cyberbullying.

 

 

 

 

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