The AMeLiE project involves innovative practices in the digital age and works on the theme of social inclusion: these are two aspects of fundamental importance, strongly correlated, and which permeate our life. Social inclusion is a priority that goes beyond national and European borders, becoming a central node to be addressed in all fields and at all levels, from the institutional one to that of the various communities. The virtual world, the internet, social media, are also communities, and should therefore not be excluded from this common effort for a more tolerant, fairer and respectful society. This is why AMeLiE addresses the issue of online hate-speech, which has become particularly evident thanks to its current diffusion and popularity on social media, that is, where young people have more easily access. The project addresses this theme starting from providing innovative tools for education, in order to have a widespread and participatory methodology as well as new generations of teachers trained to actively involve young people in this common goal. In fact, the aim of the project is to train teachers and representatives of school communities (school managers, digital facilitators, but also representatives of families) on the specific methodology proposed, which goes in the direction of getting a step forward also in the field of “digital citizenship”, in line with the next Digital Europe program, thus going beyond basic computer skills and focusing on the formation of advanced media literacy skills for those in educational roles. AMeLiE’s methodology is based on the use and further development of already existing and tested good practices and is based on the principle of co-construction of the training path by learners at all levels, from trainers to teachers, from parents to students. The positive effect will be to have created a community that will not have passively learned techniques and tools but will be an active engine for grassroots proposals and solutions, in a constant process of exchange and sharing.