A simple site that aims to inform and empower
Created and put online in 10 days
Support for the book launch in bookstores and for the communication campaign
The Plus Jamais Seul project is an initiative established by the singer Hazerka and the footballer Jonathan Matijas to help young students who are being bullied in the schoolyard.
Every year, more than 700,000 students are bullied in France. The consequences of this bulling can be disastrous. Hazerka, a former victim, has been fighting against school bullying for years. Having already created her website with the agency Hazerka.comHe contacted us again to help him create a new website Plus Jamais Seul.
The site dedicated to information, mutual aid, and support complements the ever-growing Instagram page, which today already has more than 74,000 followers.
In France, young students who are bullied are usually alone and have no one to talk to about their daily problems and their uneasiness. Sometimes they do not realize that it is bullying, which unfortunately can have serious repercussions on their future lives if it is not dealt with in time.
It was therefore time to shed light on what bullying is and the consequences it can have on victims and those around them.
In May 2020, following the completion of 2 other sites with the singer Hazerka, he mentions the project Plus Jamais Seul (Never Again Alone) for which the eponymous book is being written. The site is still an unfinished project for which it is necessary to direct the collection of information and the page structure.
In particular, we discussed the content and guide the needs: explanations of school bullying, key figures, definitions and how to enable young people to get help anonymously and immediately. The elements take a long time to combine and finally arrived only in mid-September for a site that must be online on the 23rd for the the book release!
⚠️ Act, quickly!
⚠️ Give visibility
⚠️ Guide the collection and writing of content.
⚠️ Provide a platform for harassed youth.
The site went live on September 22, 2020, just before the book was released.
Discover the site and talk about it around you: talking about bullying in schools is the way to stop it.