There are growing concerns about consequences of social media, cyberbullying, data privacy and online behaviour on users, especially children and young people. We will explore these issues and promote digital literacy using an innovative format that brings people together and facilitates reflection on digital rights. During the event, you will watch a short movie and be invited to become part of a ‘jury’ to discuss:
Once you have engaged with the issues of digital rights, and experience the ‘jury’ based method, we will present the research outcomes from the iRights Youth Juries project which used this method with children and young people. There will then be ample opportunity to discuss the findings with our research team.
Free, all welcome. Prior registration for this event is required since the interactive nature of the event limits the number of participants to a maximum of 80. Please register online via Eventbrite.
Doors open to the public from 2.15pm, iRights Jury starts at 2.30pm, runs till 5.30pm, with a 20 minute break in the middle.