The project has a wide range of stakeholders at local/regional/national and European level who can benefit directly from the work undertaken through the CyGen project.
Children and young people
To support their healthy use of the Internet and draw on their assets, knowledge and experiences
Who work directly with the young people, and who can explore the tools to make a real difference and potentially support and exchange ideas with their parents and caregivers.
Parents and caregivers
Who support the young people, and who can up skill their knowledge by navigating these digital opportunities and challenges.
These are people who can guide the talents and energies of teachers, pupils, and parents toward achieving common educational aims.
NGOs & Parents associations
These people can assist to address a social or political issue and facilitate parental participation in a school.
Educational authorities and Private education providers
Those locally responsible for education in a system with several layers of local government
Teacher educators and researchers in colleges and universities
These are the people who equip (prospective) teachers, PhD students and researchers with the knowledge, attitudes, behaviours and skills they require to perform their tasks effectively in the classroom, school and wider community.
Professionals and practitioners
These are the people who work directly with the the above groups, and who can exploit the tools and that inform teacher education & Internet safety.
Local and national policy makers
Including: those developing educational policy; those responsible for guiding internet based tools and resources in schools, as well as those responsible for decisions regarding funding.
The people responsible for proposing legislation and implementing decisions and can take a direction action within the area of internet safety.
National Agencies for Erasmus+
Erasmus + is the European programme in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for 2014-2020. In each member state there are some organisations designated as national agencies for the coordinated management of the Erasmus + programme.