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Anticyberbullying Charter

Final version of the Charter

Posted by Milan Hausner on 09. 03. 2011 10:07  •   •  Comments (0)  • 

All proof readings are finished and we are proud to publish final version of OUR bilateral Anti Cyberbullying Declaration. 

Please join us and sign this document too at this address

Posted by Catalin Mitrea on 09. 01. 2011 09:34  •   •  Comments (0)  • 

Let the school know so the guidance counselor can keep an eye out for in-school bullying and for how your child is handling things.You may want to notify your pediatrician,family counselor or clergy for support if things progress.It is crucial that you are there to provide the necessary support and love.Make them feel secure.Children hace committed suicide after having been cyberbullied,and in Japan one young girl killed another after a cyberbullying incident.Take it seriously.


Posted by Tocileanu Miruna on 07. 01. 2011 19:06  •   •  Comments (0)  • 

    Parents need to be supportive of  your child during this time.You may be tempted to give the "stick and stones may break your bones, but words will never hurt  you" lecture, but words and cyberattacks can wound a child easily and have a lasting effect. These attacks follow them into your otherwise safe home and wherever they go online.And when up to 700 million accomplices can be recruited to help target or humiliate your child, the risk of emotional pain is very real, and very serious.Don't brush it off.

Signing of the charter

Posted by Milan Hausner on 04. 01. 2011 21:49  •   •  Comments (0)  • 

 Monday 15th 2010 (November) was the first day when kids could sign Czech version of Chasrter. We are amazed as more than 190 pupils signed this document and adopted rules expressed in this declaration. Thank you.

Signing was also held in school of our romanian partner. We are really proud to have such splendid company. 


Official signing of the document under auspices of Czech comission of UNESCO will be held in Cerninsky palace (Ministry of foreign affairs) with representatives of the UNESCO, Ministry of foreign affairs, Ministry of culture and Ministry of home affairs. Date for the signing of document is set on Friday 10th  December at 10.00 by Czech and Romanian school during stay of romanian guests in our school. 

Guests of the event

Mrs. Illnerová - head of the Czech comission of UNESCO

Mr. Kuna  - secretary for the Czech comission of UNESCo

Mrs. V: Hujova - mayor of Prague 3

Mr. Matušek - vicemayor of Prague 3

Mr. Hrabě - head of school department of Prague 3

Mr. Mares - romanian embassy

Mr. Reinhardt - ACES


Frequence analysis of unwanted activities in cyberspace

Posted by Milan Hausner on 09. 12. 2010 23:22  •   •  Comments (0)  • 


Enclosed document presents list of ten apects which are deeply rejected and unwanted b y kids of JLS Lupacova. This is the major background for draft of charter which is published in the next article.

Analysis of undesired cyber activities

Draft of Charter 2010


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