serious consequences for the person concerned. In the worst case, it can lead to people harming themselves because they suffer too much from the harassment, for example. This serious problem is not related to only one country but to the entire world. This is why people in all countries should become aware of this and contribute to reducing it. Our module is committed to this by sensitising people and showing how they can protect themselves against hate and discrimination on the Internet. Good practice regarding the topic First good practice Course title: SELMA - Social and Emotional Learning for Mutual Awareness Country of origin: EU-Project, 6 Partners involved at institutional level. Relevance with key area: The online course relates to the topic of cyber mobbing and cyber hate and addresses the importance of the responsible use of technology. Methodology: Structured approach to the topic of cyber hate. The units are divided into single modules. Each module is subdivided in subtopics. The course has a very practical approach. The modules contain text based and hands on case studies, examples, questions, links for further information etc. The course is “ready to use” and accessible without restrictions. Relevant to our focus of interest ‘Cyber hate and cyber mobbing’ are the following topics: ● What is hate speech ● Why is there hate speech content out there? ● How does hate speech make me feel? ● What’s my role and what can I do? ● Are my people really using hate speech? ● How can I influence my people? ● How can we affect change in our community? ● Working with online stakeholders ● Changing the world Target group: young people and their peers, teachers, parents and other teaching and learning professionals