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As a teacher in Europe, we would like to ask you a few questions about your professional experiences of the promotion of mutual awareness, tolerance, and respect online within your school.

The SELMA project aims to help make the Internet a better and safer place, where people interact with each other in a tolerant and non-discriminatory way. This survey aims to capture your experiences of online hate and your answers will be very valuable to us in shaping our work.

In this survey there are no correct or incorrect answers, it is just important that you are honest and select the option that is closest to your own experience or what you think. You can answer the questions by clicking on one or more options.

This survey should not take more than 10 minutes, and it is anonymous which means that we are not able to identify you or your school through your answers.
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Disclaimer: The results of the questionnaire will only be used for research purposes for the SELMA project. Participating in the questionnaire is on a voluntary basis and you will receive no reward or payment for completing the survey.

The questionnaire is anonymous and we do not want to be able to identify you. Consequently, please do not send us any personal data or anything that would identify you, including your first name, family name, e-mail address, home address or telephone number. In order to fully protect you, we will not collect your IP address. Our approach to the questionnaire and keeping the contents anonymous, will ensure that we act fully in line with the European Union’s laws on Data Protection, called the General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR for short.