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Pathway 4: Choose your own journey!

The activities presented in pathways 1, 2 and 3 all have a focus on creating content, raising awareness, affecting change in society or engaging in a constructive dialogue with media companies. If the pathways presented so far don’t work for you, you can of course design your own SELMA pathway.

The SELMA Toolkit can support young people and social media providers in many ways to jointly reflect about different ways to hack online hate.

We believe that young people can and should be empowered to question the status quo and find ways to disrupt online hate in the current online media landscape!