ENABLE (European Network Against Bullying in Learning and Leisure Environments) is a Daphne EU project whose purpose is to develop young people’s social and emotional skills so that they will better understand, and become more responsible in, their on- and offline social interactions. ENABLE will be implemented in half a dozen European countries, affecting 6,000 young people aged 11-14, 2,000 parents and at least 30 schools.

The project will run from october 2014 until september 2016. It is coordinated by European Schoolnet and is among others supported by Vodafone, Facebook, and Twitter.

ENABLE flyer

Centre for Digital Youth Care is responsible for the following specific tasks during the project:

  • Involvement in all the meetings of the consortium (face-to-face and online) and actively contributing to the implementation of the project
  • Contributing to the review that will be implemented on bullying and cyberbullying, and the evaluation of schools before and after
  • Help provide resources, teaching materials, and developing digital tools aimed at Danish reality and input. Also, seeking out and educating teachers and young people on a national level
  • Especially, CfDP will be a role model concerning training, particularly in regards to EU’s Help Lines (Safer Internet Centre), and will participate in rolling this out nationally and providing support to the rest of the partners of the consortium
  • Finally, Centre for Digital Youth Care is to be actively involved with the project’s communication throughout the entire project, participate in annual conferences, national workshops, the international media campaign, hackathon and other initiatives

If you would like to know more about the project, please contact Jonas Ravn.

Check out the presentation of the ENABLE resources and read more about the project on ENABLE’s website.


You are also welcome to take a look at our leaflet on our ENABLE project.

The ENABLE project was completed september 2016, read more.

ENABLE consortium partners