Best Anti-Cyberbullying Campaign

Best Anti-Cyberbullying Campaign

Anti-Cyberbullying Campaign

This category will look at the best overall anti-cyberbullying campaign ran by a school, club or youth organisation. We are looking for campaigns that made an impact and reached teachers, students, and parents. Campaigns must have a clear message and focus on beating cyberbullying

How to Enter

  1. You can enter as an individual, as a whole class, school or a youth group. If you’re under 16, you will need parental/guardian approval, or help from your teacher– please check our terms and conditions for more details.
  2. Only one entry per person/school.
  3. To enter the competition, you must be a resident of Ireland
  4. All entries will be judged by a panel of independent judges.
  5. Have fun, be creative, and show your passion for internet safety
  6. For more inspiration about internet safety campaigns and activities, use our Safer Internet Day page or look at previous campaigns ran in schools here.
  7. Send us in details of your internet safety campaign using the form below.

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