Cyberpesten
Cyberpesten

Workshop Online harassment against academics

As academics – especially women and/or marginalized groups – it is becoming increasingly difficult to use social media as a public outreach tool. Online threats are a growing problem. What can victims of online harassment do, how can you support your colleagues, and which help can be provided? This will tackle all these questions.

More information and registration

    General

    The workshop is in English and is open to all employees (including those who do not identify themselves as women).

    Starting date

    To be announced
    Costs
    Free
    Main Language
    English
    Sessions
    13 February 2023, 4 pm - 5 pm
    16 February 2023, 4 pm - 5 pm
    Number of sessions
    2
    Teacher(s)
    Paula Thijs

    Factsheet

    Type of education
    Workshop
    Organisation
    Radboud University

    Contact information

    Dr. Paula Thijs is a senior researcher and project leader at Atria. She studies gender stereotypes and choices in education, work and care among young adults for the project Werk.en.de Toekomst (A Working Future). She is also involved in projects on, among others, (online) gender-based violence, online hate speech against female leaders, women in politics, and the links between gender inequality and climate change. Paula studied Sociology (BA) and Social and Cultural Sciences (MA) at Radboud University. In 2019 she obtained her PhD in Sociology with a study on trends in cultural conservatism in the Netherlands and Europe, also at Radboud University. Between 2018 and 2021, she worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Amsterdam where she coordinated a longitudinal study on social inequalities in adolescents’ democratic values and political socialization.