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Researching children’s rights globally in the digital age

Sonia Livingstone, Jasmina Byrne, Monica Bulger

D&S researcher Monica Bulger, Sonia Livingstone, and Jasmina Byrne wrote up a summary Report of a seminar held on February, 12-14 2015 at the London School of Economics and Political Science examining whether and how children’s rights to provision, protection and participation are being enhanced or undermined in the digital age. 35 international experts met for three days at the LSE to share their collected expertise.

The aim of the meeting was to evaluate current understandings of the risks and opportunities afforded to children worldwide as they gain access to internet enabled technologies, and to explore the feasibility of developing a global research framework to examine these issues further.


Sonia Livingstone

Jasmina Byrne

Monica Bulger
@literacyonline

04.01.15

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