Educatory session on Cyber bullying and women harassment

Educatory Session on Cyber Bullying and Women Harassment

The fight against cyberbullying and online harassment takes center stage at Government Girls Degree College Quetta. In a collaborative effort, Cyber Security of Pakistan (CSP) organized an educational session specifically addressing these issues.

Senior Cyber Scouts Lead the Way

Two distinguished figures from CSP’s Senior Cyber Scouts program spearheaded the session: Mr. Shoaib Ahmed and Ms. Laraib Ghaffar. Their expertise and dedication to online safety made them ideal facilitators for this crucial discussion.

Combating Digital Threats

The session focused on empowering young women by equipping them with the knowledge and tools to combat cyberbullying and harassment. Key areas covered included:

  • Understanding Cyberbullying and Harassment: The session defined these terms, providing real-life examples to help students identify them.
  • Impact of Online Abuse: The discussion explored the negative consequences cyberbullying and harassment can have on mental and emotional well-being.
  • Strategies for Staying Safe Online: Mr. Ahmed and Ms. Ghaffar shared practical strategies for students to protect themselves from online harassment and cyberbullying.
  • Reporting Mechanisms: Students learned about the available channels for reporting cyberbullying and harassment incidents.

Building a Supportive Community

This session wasn’t just informative; it fostered a sense of community and support among the students. By openly discussing these issues, the session created a safe space for girls to share their experiences and learn from each other.

Cyber Security of Pakistan: Committed to Empowerment

Cyber Security of Pakistan’s initiative at Government Girls Degree College Quetta exemplifies their commitment to empowering women in the digital age. By educating young women about online safety, CSP equips them to navigate the online world with confidence and resilience.

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