The SELMA Toolkit offers:
It helps young people develop self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship skills.
It gives young people the ability to analyse, evaluate and create online media messages across a variety of contexts.
It empowers teenagers to make constructive and ethical choices about personal behaviour and social interactions.
The SELMA Digital Book "How SELMA is driving online change" draws upon the experiences and successes of the many people who became involved in the project. We hope their stories will inspire you to join us on the SELMA journey!
6th December 2019
Drawing upon the achievements of the SELMA project, participants discussed how to tackle the problem of online hate speech through education and how to empower young people to become agents of change.
11th October 2019
The SELMA project sits down with Professor Victoria Nash of the Oxford Internet Institute to unpack what we mean by ‘online harm’, and discuss some of the promises – and limitations – of both policy and education when it comes to dealing with online hate speech.
10th October 2019
The "How to make SELMA work in a school context" guide contains four pathways specifically designed for school teachers who wish to educate their pupils about online hate speech.
23rd September 2019