|“Children and Youth on the Net” - European Expert Conference on Youth and Digital Media|
“Children and Youth on the Net” - European Expert Conference on Youth and Digital Media
Seminar / Conference
26-28 April 2017 | Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Children and adolescents are surrounded by digital media, which have become highly interconnected. However, being immersed in the media like “fish in water” with access to online content almost anytime and anywhere poses challenges not only for kids.
Rather, maximizing the positive experiences of digital media use while limiting its risks and potential harm is a challenge that caregivers, stakeholders, service providers, media companies as well as policy makers have to face together. This conference brings together international experts who share the same goal—to monitor and understand the use of online media of the younger generations, to foster digital media education and to protect children and youths at cross-country levels.
media companies, and politics. In three keynote speeches, World Café workshops and subsequent plenary sessions, participants will:
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Your kind of training?
This Seminar / Conference is
for 100 participants
from Russian Federation, Eastern Partnership countries , Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
and recommended for
Youth workers, Youth leaders, Youth Policy Makers
Service National de la Jeunesse (National Agency)
Contact for questions:
Phone: +352 247 86478
Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.