St. Paul’s Talks: violent groups on social media.

St. Paul’s Talks: violent groups on social media.

The new school year brings back St. Paul’s Talks, a space where we address crucial topics for the education and well-being of our students. This time, we invite you to a talk that will address one of the most pressing issues in our digital society: cyberbullying. 

Why is this talk essential? 

We live in a constantly evolving digital era, where our children are more connected than ever. However, this interconnection has also brought about a disturbing increase in online harassment. The inappropriate use of social media can have a devastating impact on the lives of our young people, as witnessed by the experiences shared by teenagers from different parts of the world. 

“They told me on social media, ‘If you don’t send us that picture of yourself, don’t come back to school.’ After this, I just wanted to die.”14-year-old teenager, Barcelona. 

“For some people, it’s like a drug. Once you start, you can’t stop. It soothes being on the internet.”13-year-old teenager, Paris. 

“If something happens at school, you’re sad. Then, at home, you spend your time on the internet.”10-year-old child, Düsseldorf. 

To explore the prevention of this issue, the Monica Toscano Prevention In Act Foundation will accompany us in our first St. Paul’s Talks of 2023. In “How to empower our children when danger knocks on their doors: Violent groups on social media,” they will provide us with prevention tools and well-being advice. 

As you already know, St. Paul’s School teachers have been applying the MONICA TOSCANO PREVENTION IN ACT® Method for almost 20 years to prevent and detect any dynamics of school bullying in the classrooms and preserve the well-being of the students. It is our absolute priority, and Monica Toscano, as a recognized expert in the field, advises us on the practical use of this method. 

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Who is Monica Toscano? 

Monica Toscano and her institution are passionately dedicated to preventing situations of risk and conflict that young people face today. With an international prevention network spanning cities such as Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, Düsseldorf, Vienna, Buenos Aires, Rosario, and San Martín de los Andes, her experience and approach have been an invaluable source of guidance and support for parents and educators for over two decades. 

What can you expect from this St. Paul’s Talks? 

The conference will take place on Tuesday, October 24th, at 7:30 pm at St. Paul’s School. Monica Toscano in person will guide us through the world of prevention and share essential tips. It will be a unique opportunity to understand the dynamics of cyberbullying and learn practical tools to empower our children in facing this challenge. 

At St. Paul’s School, prevention is one of our fundamental pillars, and we are committed to providing our students and their families with the necessary tools to address the challenges of the 21st century. We count on your presence at this first St. Paul’s Talks! 

Registration and Reservation 

Registration for this conference is free; you just need to click on this link.

Together, we can build a safer online environment and support our children on their path to a successful future. We look forward to having you at this key event to address the prevention of cyberbullying. See you on Tuesday, October 24th! Together, we can make a difference. 


Montse Victoria 

Head of Psychopedagogical counseling