Digital citizenship policy analysis (Estonia, Greece and the UK)

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Our second DigiGen policy brief critically assesses over forty policy documents relating to digital citizenship from Estonia, Greece and the United Kingdom. This analysis explores how digital citizenship is being constructed by different policy actors across Europe. Recommendations stemming from this exercise are then contextualised through EU policy frameworks, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and the other DigiGen research domains: education, family life, and leisure.

Authors: Athina Karatzogianni, Katrin Tiidenberg, Dimitris Parsanoglou