Youth workers are going all out to inform schools, sports and teenage clubs on the dangers of cyber bullying.
Since the tragic death of Erin Gallagher less than a fortnight ago, Donegal Youth Service has been inundated with requests from across the north-west to inform teens about the perils of cyber bullying and how to address it.
Three DYS workers have given seminars on the issue at 10 secondary schools since the October bank-holiday weekend and another 30 are planned.
Gareth Gibson, who is a Youth Information Officer with the Donegal Youth Service said since the death of Erin, the demand for their free seminars has increased immensely…..
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