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Guidance for social counseling via mailboxes

The transition from the physical to a digital counseling can be as challenging as it is rewarding. Though online mailbox counseling has a lot of benefits, it is also a practice that...

Guide to using group chat in working with vulnerable youngsters online – for municipalities and organizations

Group chat can be used differently to accommodate different goals. It is therefore an important tool in youth care that makes working with vulnerable young people more flexible. In...

10 things to consider before offering counselling online

As a municipality, there are a number of things worthy of consideration before deciding to offer online counselling for young people. Niels-Christian Bilenberg and Signe Sandfeld Hansen...

Guidance on the use of social media in spreading awareness of online counselling among young men

In this blog entry, we will explore the possibilities that social media presents in regards of spreading awareness of your online counselling among young men. More specifically, we...

#HackingHate – SELMA on hateful content online

SELMA (Social and Emotional Learning for Mutual Awareness) is a two-year project co-funded by the European Commission which aims to tackle the problem of online hate speech and promote...

Fortnite – benign or malignant?

Fortnite has taken the whole world by storm. In the short period of time since its release in July 2017, it has not only become the world’s most popular videogame but an everyday...

Team from CfDP and the municipality of Aarhus, wins the competition at SELMA’s “Hacking Hate ” hackathon

We are delighted to announce that Digital Vikings, a team of four teenagers from CfDP and the municipality of Aarhus, just won the SELMA “Hacking Hate” hackathon! In the final phase...

A municipal perspective on online counselling

Kasper Pihl Jørgensen, a consultant from Helsingør municipality shares his experiences and thoughts about offering youth counselling in the digital space.

Have Danish children and young people turned into digital junkies?

The debate about whether or not danish children and young people have become addicted to their smartphones has been going on for a while now. Often, if you frequent any kind of news...

Five inspiring initiatives exemplifying digital youth work

Since 2017 Centre for Digital Youth Care has been part of the Erasmus+ -project “Digital Youth Work”, where we work with our international partners to gather initiatives which aim...

EU-project brings together digital youth centered initiatives

CfDP is contributing to the Erasmus+ -project “Digital Youth Work”. The first part of the projects inspirational catalog is now online, featuring - among many others - three of...

Computer games as a pedagogical tool – a municipal project.

Together with the local municipal youth center, Center for Digital Youthcare is in charge of a social group activity, aimed a young gamers. The young meet twice weekly, in order to...

Digital youth work – a Finnish perspective

For several years we have worked with the Finnish organization Verke. Verke has a great focus on how we can motivate professionals to work more with digital and social media. We here...

More than 1,000 Danish young people are indicted for sharing child pornography

In a coordinated effort between Facebook, the American authorities, and the Danish police forces, the Danish police is now indicting 1,004 Danish young people for sharing a sexual video....

Accreditation: from a healthy skepticism to a positive experience

Quality assurance of social counseling organizations make professionals and social enthusiasts wonder. How can organizations be accredited without turning the workflows upside down?...

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