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1. GSL (90) Cyberbullying is the use of technology to harass, threaten,
embarrass, or target another person. However, the delegate of
Costa Rica is concerned about 4 consequences of cyberbullying:
1. Emotional stress can lead to mental problems
2. Cyberbullying can lower self-esteem
3. It may lead to physical assault
4. Victims can be traumatized
Therefore delegates, Costa Rica is going to recommend 4 solutions
to remedy there issues:
1. First and foremost, the appropriate subject treatments
2. Second will be Developmnt of Friendly Friends, which
emphasizes on awareness and transition period
3. Third is The Division of Roles among residents
4. Lastly, we recommend the establishment of NSC or
National Support for Cyberbullying, which acts as an
intermediary among schools, parents and government.
Japan is saddened to see that meanwhile we are being overwhelmed
by this miracle material because of our own wrongdoings, the
humanity only closes their eyes and their ears. Thus, we, as the
international community, cannot just sit idle and stay put, or this is
going to be a war we are all going to lose.
2. Effects [[and Cyber bullying affects people from any age, jobs, etc. but we’re
possible focusing on cyber bullying in children. In general, cyber bullying
impacts]] of can make us feel totally overwhelmed which can result in many
cyberbullying in feeling embarrassed that they are going through such a devastating
(60) time, and not knowing what support is available to them. Many
children feel that they’re unable to confide in adult because they
feel ashamed and wonder whether they will be judged, told to
ignore it or close their account which they might want to do.
It also has been well documented that cyber bullying has resulted
in tragic events including suicide, and self-harm and clearly, more
needs to be done in order to protect vulnerable children from online
bullying.
There are some criteria if we’re worried whether our children or a
loved one might be the victim of cyber bullying:
1) Low self-esteem
2) Withdrawal from family and spending a lot of time alone
3) Reluctance to let parents or other family members
anywhere near their mobiles, laptops, etc.
4) Finding excuses to stay away from school or work
including school refusal
5) Friends disappearing or being excluded from social events
6) Losing weight or changing appearance to try and fit in
7) Fresh marks on the skin that could indicate self- harm and
dressing differently such as wearing long sleeved clothes in
the summer to hide any marks
8) A change in personality i.e. anger, bad-mood, crying,
depression (ABCD).
3. Root causes of 1. Cyberbullying are motivated by revenge
the problem (60) When kids have been bullied, they often seek revenge of
coping with the situation in healthier ways. The motivation
for these victims of bullying is to retaliate for the pain
they’ve experienced before.
They want others to feel what they have felt and feel
justified in doing so.
2. Cyberbullies are bored
Kids who are bored and looking for entertainment will
sometimes resort to cyberbullying to add some excitement
and drama to their lives. They also might to choose to
cyberbully because they lack attention and supervision
from parents. As a result, the internet becomes their only
source of entertainment and an outlet for getting attention.
3. Cyberbullies are power hungry
Cyberbullying can be a manifestation of social status. Kids
who are popular often make fun of kids who are less
popular. They use the internet to perpetuate relational
aggression and mean girl behavior. They also will spread
rumors and gossip and may even ostracize other through
cyberbullying.
4. Cyberbullies believe they won’t get caught
The anonymity of the internet gives kids a false sense of
security. They believe if they post things anonymously that
they won’t get caught.
These reasons are why we need to implement Sustainable Safe
Zone to educate, raise awareness, and provide enough transition
period to prepare standard operational procedures and actions to
fight cyberbullying.
4. Each country’s Japan’s stance is that of minimizing the rate of cyberbullying as a
stance (60) priority, followed by the establishment of a law regarding of
cyberbullying. We aim for two things:
1. appropriate subject (educators, aggressors, witnesses,
victims) treatment and
2. development of friendly friends inside and outside cyber-
world.
We recognize this would require the involvement of all entities, not
just the governments alone. Costa Rica has greatly improved our
policies successfully through our strategy of handling this case
similar to MEP (Ministry of Public Education in Costa Rica):
Psychological interventions that involve all parties; including:
victims, aggressors, witnesses and educators. Parents should not be
afraid to contact school staff if they detect major negative changes
in the behavior of their children, particularly when they return from
school. Hence, the delegate of Costa Rica also recommends all
nations to apply Appropriate Subjects Treatments and the
Development of Friendly Friends among multi-stakeholders that
are schools, parents, the government, and NSC [[or National
Supports for Cyberbullying]], which is will be elaborated further
later.
5. Loopholes of Loopholes of other countries’ past solutions are:
past solutions 1. let their parents to educate their children since they’re the
[[and current family and sometimes parents don’t have a clear
alternatives]] understanding about digital world
(90) 2. Focus too exclusively on schools’ rules as their primary
solution
3. Lack of enforcement and monitoring

6. Proposed Recommends Sustainable Safe Zone, which


solution: 1. Emphasizes on Educating and Raising Awareness with
Sustainable Safe government assistance by introducing school curriculums
Zone (SSZ) and endorsing social campaigns with information
Mechanism regarding:
(120) a. 3PS (Privacy, Parental Control and Policy of
Cyberbullying)
b. What is privacy? What kind of information you can share
publicly in the internet?
c. How to sort and dispose them?
d. Why we should fight cyberbullying and not to be the
perpetrator of cyberbullying?
e. Introduction to victims of cyberbullying: Anger, Bad-
mood, Crying, Depression (ABCD).
f. Relevant scientific knowledge about cyberbullying and its
impact (especially mental health) from the experts.
2. We also Takes note of adequate Transition Period for
national governments to prepare for any necessary
adjustments such as:
a. First, to decide the most suitable standard operational
procedures (SOP):
i. Regulations and sanctions for aggressors (individual)
ii. Protection for victims and witnesses (individual)
iii. Sanctions for schools that neglectful so cyberbullying
happens. (schools)
iv. Deep-talks with parents and family
b. Second, to consider the short-term actions to minimize
cyberbullying, such as bans for school.
3. And of course, we welcome social campaign movements,
such as children rights and protection for cyberbullying’s
victims
7. Proposed Recommends the Division of Roles among multi-stakeholders
solution: which are distinguished through four categories:
Division of 1. Love, health care, financial support and physical protection
Roles [[and by family
NSC]] (60) 2. Educate, exposure and enlightenment from school
[[90]] 3. Justice and fast responds from the government.
4. Lastly, [[we also recommend the establishment of National
Support for Cyberbullying] the 4 following duties by
NSC:
a. Publish online articles defining cyberbullying and
how to prevent it. Many release newsletters and
frequently update the content on their websites to
reflect new cases, events, and general materials on
cyberbullying. Blogs are also heavily featured.
b. Virtual counseling and advice on how to end
cyberbullying. In addition to making people aware
of cyberbullying, these organizations seek to help
the victims.
c. Event organization. This spreads awareness of
cyberbullying and allows victims to share their
stories as well as receive support.
d. Engagement with organizations including schools.
These meetings make people aware of
cyberbullying and give pointers on developing a
welcoming atmosphere for all people.
[[We would support cooperation among relevant organizations and
initiatives, such as endcyberbullying.org, stopbullying.gov,
cybersmile.org, etc.]]
8. Reasons why Cyberbullying is difficult to manage for both schools and parents.
cyberbullying Certain platforms allow content to be anonymous, which lets kids
are hard to be say whatever they want without their names. Even when names
handled are included, cyberbullies can delete posts before anyone has a
chance to save it. Kids can also create fake accounts under
different names. Sometimes cyberbullies will even create fake
accounts under the names of their victims.

And, the truth is, sometimes parents just don’t monitor their
children’s online behavior — or don’t know what to monitor.
Even when they are monitoring, they may miss subtle signs, or
not see posts or comments because their kids delete them.

9. Additional Info Costa Rica is not denying the fact that we are one of worst at
Costa Rica cyberbullying in Latin America. According to the Organization for
Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) as part of their
PISA evaluation (Program for International Student Assessment)
2015, in their report “Students’ Well Being”, which was released
at the end of April and includes a chapter on bullying, Costa Rica
is the second country in Latin America with more bullying cases
among the countries that are part of the OECD.
[[To do this, we explicitly set numerical targets for resource
productivity (entrance), recycling rate (circulation), and final waste
disposal amount (exit) to promote full-scale development of
smcs.]]
10. EXTRAS
https://heimdalsecurity.com/blog/how-to-stop-and-prevent-cyberbullying/
https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/ntnl-scrt/cbr-scrt/cbrbllng/tns/prvnt-cbrbllng-en.aspx
http://blog.nemours.org/2018/10/cyberbullying-what-you-need-to-know/

https://this.deakin.edu.au/society/cyber-safety-5-ways-to-deal-with-cyberbullying