What gives me value, how children and young adults see themselves, how comparing to others and advertisements influence self-image ...
The beginnings of sexual activity
Sexual maturing of men and women, preventing pregnancy, contraception, observing changes in the body, (too) early beginnings of sexual activity, what kind of influence does the first sexual act have ...
Masculinity and femininity
Which are the main characteristics of men and which are those of women, how we complement each other and why we see some things very differently ...
- Social networks
Which social networks the youth knows, which ones they use, what are their dangers and opportunities, how fake news happens, how to act in case of inappropriate content ...
- Media and advertising
What kind of messages do they convey, how they influence our opinions, how they affect self-image ...
- Video games
Which video games are interesting and popular, why they attract us, what are their dangers and what their beauties, what place and significance moderation has in this context ...
KWhat to do when encountering such contents, how present is pornography online and worldwide, what we think about it, who is it appropriate for, how does it affect us ...
- Violence, sexual abuse, sexting
What do these concepts mean, how often does it happen, how to act in certain situations, where to find help ...
- Positive changes
What have we gained with the internet, what opportunities does it offer, how much do we know it, how it helps us learn, communicate and obtain knowledge ...
Workshop for parents
If you wish, we can organise an educational event for parents, either within the workshop for students or individually. The meeting consists of a viewing of a documentary, followed by a discussion with the parents.
You can find more information on this option on the 18+ (documentary) page
The contents of workshops for educational institutions are adapted according to the target age group. Even if you don’t decide to participate in our workshops, we encourage you to discuss these topics comprehensively at least during the last three years of primary school and to encourage parents to do the same.
The workshops can be included in activity days, camp days, interdisciplinary activities or classes.
- We prefer to work in smaller groups (6-8 students per group), so we can enable each individual to express their opinion, ask questions, express criticism or doubts, etc. With smaller groups we can also insure a more relaxed and safe environment as well as a more personal approach.
All our workshop leaders are trained for working with students, both professionally and methodologically.
According to your wishes, the workshops can also include teachers or we can carry out the programme on our own.
We also wish to introduce our work methods and our contents to parents, so we prepare a summary of the workshops for their information. If the school management agrees, we wish that the parents receive this summary, be it through e-assistant programme, in printed form, via e-mail or in another form. Our wish is to be transparent with the parents and let them know about the contents we teach their children. More importantly, we want to encourage them to start conversations on these topics with their children. This material can also be forwarded to teachers if necessary.
We realise these are important, sensitive and precious topics we are discussing.
Our goal is to encourage the participants to think critically and to form a comprehensive opinion of their own.
Approximate length of workshop: from 2 to 6 school lessons (matter of agreement).
Price: depends on the number of participants, length and location of the school (travel expenses).