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The service provides an anonymous facility for the public to report suspected illegal content encountered on the Internet, in a secure and confidential way.

The primary focus of the Hotline is to combat Child Pornography. Other forms of illegal content and activities exist on the Internet and may be reported using this service.

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National Anti Bullying Research and Resource Centre

The National Anti-Bullying Centre aims to conduct research into the multi-level and multi-factorial nature of bullying behaviour, create greater awareness and understanding of bullying behaviour, promote ways and means by which bullying behaviour may be prevented or reduced and support the implementation of the National Action Plan on Bullying.

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Bully 4U

Established in 2010, Bully 4u has established an excellent reputation in the provision of anti bullying services for primary and secondary schools in Ireland. We specialise in the following areas: Bullying and Cyber Bullying Workshops for Students at Primary and Post-primary Levels. Information Evenings for Parent’s Associations. Training for Teachers and Staff. Assistance with Anti Bullying Policy. Private Consultations.

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The Pro Youth initiative focuses on the promotion of health in young people aged 15 to 25, specifically related to healthy eating, body satisfaction, and eating disorders. The online platform offers various information and support modules to young people.

The main objectives of the Pro Youth online information and support system are:

  • To provide information and educate about mental health, health promotion, and eating disorders.
  • To assist young people in detecting problematic attitudes and risk behaviors early.
  • To give tips on what young people can do to help themselves or others.
  • To offer peer and professional support via the Internet and thus counteract the development of eating disorders and related problems.
  • To facilitate access to the regular health care system (e.g. counselling, treatment) and thus limit the time between occurrence of symptoms and access to professional help.
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Watch Your Space

Watch Your Space is a website devoted to providing a portal for young people to show their support for victims of cyberbullying. The site is run by, the Irish internet safety awareness raising centre, which is part of the PDST Technology in Education based at Dublin City University.

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Online safety information for young people and adults.

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