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Performance about the web threats encouraged them to think


On January 20, children from the substitute homes and safe houses enjoyed a youth play ‘See kõik on tema’, which was performed on the Rakvere Theatre's small stage. After the play, the children examined the theatre premises and met with the actors. The conversations that took place on the way back home were an essential part of this theatre tour. The issues of web threats and parent-child relationships were discussed together.

‘See kõik on tema’ is a thought-provoking story about the relationship between a mother and a teenage son. The play bears the subtitle ‘Eksperiment teismelisega’, and in this, a single mother participates in a social experiment to reach out to her estranged son.

For the young people, the play was a good lesson that people with whom they communicate on the social network may not be who they say they are, and a stranger cannot be believed simply based on a Facebook account or a correspondence. After the performance, the children had plenty to think and talk about on the way back home. The relationship between parents and children were also discussed.

The performance reflected a thought that if you have a problem, talk to your parents or other close people. Do not communicate with a person you do not know and with whom you do not feel safe. The subject of the dangers of the Internet made some children think about their behaviour on the computer.

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