Online policy forum:
Sharing information, needs and expectations on policies and practices for the digital generation
June 2021 marks the mid-term point of the DigiGen project which is why on 22 June 2021 we are organising the DigiGen Policy Forum which will take place online and bring together key policy, academic, and practice stakeholders working on securing safer and more beneficial use of digital technologies for children and young people.
The forum will take a dialogic form in which provisional findings of the project are presented and the participants are consulted on the most important directions of DigiGen’s future policy and practice engagement in view of the development of policy briefs and recommendations for a variety of audiences.
We warmly invite policy makers, youth representatives, civil society organisations, education experts, and industry representatives to register and join us on June 22nd. The policy forum serves to better understand the needs of this wide variety of stakeholders in order to fully reach the potential DigiGen’s data has to support you with evidence-based policy and practice recommendations.
The policy forum will start with an opening message from Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth and will be moderated by Jennifer Baker, a Brussels-based journalist reporting on tech policy and digital rights.
Tuesday 22 June 2021, 09:30 – 17:30 CEST
Online via zoom
Post-policy forum updates
The presentations of the DigiGen researchers are now available to download. Please note that some of these present only first observations and analytical ideas and are not necessarily the final results of our project.
- Presentation Sara Ayllón: Digital transformations and deprivation across Europe – Digitally deprived, disengaged and unconfident children in Europe
- Presentation Halla Holmarsdottir: Growing up in the digital age – DigiGen’s approach of the ecological systems theory
- Presentation Olaf Kapella: Technological transformations and families – overview & status quo
- Presentation Birgit Eickelmann: Work package 5 ‘ICT in education’
- Presentation Dimitris Parsanoglou: ICT and transformations of leisure
- Presentation Athina Karatzogianni: The digital generation’s political voices