Wed, 22 September
  • 9:00 - 10:30

    Christian Kubiak, Julia Höfener, Lidia de Reese – My picture on the wrong screen – Shared online, felt offline

    Seeing yourself on a screen and interacting online has become an essential part of our lives – educational, professional and social. Not just but especially since last year, being online is a natural concomitant of growing up, having its own risks and benefits. This workshop is aiming at providing an overview of current risks endangering the positive online experience of minors, focusing on the self-presentation online and the results felt on- and offline. By teaming up, Lidia de Reese (Senior Manager Media Literacy Education at FSM), Julia Höfener (Consultant Youth Media Protection at “Nummer gegen Kummer”) and Christian Kubiak (Consultant at the “eco Complaints Office”) will elaborate from different perspectives on those risks, support the audience in teaching minors to profit from the benefits of being online and provide insights into the work and challenges of helplines, hotlines and general media education.
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  • 10:45 - 12:15

    Agnieszka Politańska, Beata Bielińska - Wsparcie offline w problemach online – okiem terapeutek Poradni Dziecko w Sieci

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  • 12:30 - 14:00

    Łukasz Wojtasik – Lessons with “Sieciaki”

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  • 14:15 - 15:45

    Andrzej Rylski – Szkoła Sieci Społecznościowych

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  • 16:00 - 17:30

    Marta Florkiewicz-Borkowska, Krzysztof Jaworski – Asy Internetu: podróż przez świat bezpiecznego internetu z klasami 0-3

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Thu, 23 September
  • 9:00 - 10:30

    Anja Schneider, Judith Eckart - Dark Patterns: Playing an unfair game? Manipulative gaming designs within free2play-apps

    The term “Dark Patterns” is primarily known within the area of online marketing. Dark Patterns are tricks used in websites and apps that make users do things that they didn't mean to. For example buying or signing up for something. During the last years though, it is more frequently used in the gaming industry, foremost in the context of free2play-apps. Especially young users may fall into a cost and data trap quickly and go into excessive screentime. This workshop will inform you about typical Dark Patterns used within free gaming apps and offer tips on how to protect children from unnecessary expenses and excessive usage.
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  • 10:45 - 12:15

    Marta Wojtas - Wspieranie pozytywnego obrazu ciała u dzieci i młodzieży w erze social mediów

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  • 12:30 - 14:00

    Beata Moczkowska - Dialog w kręgu, czyli jak rozmawiać kiedy jest trudno?

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  • 14:15 - 15:45

    Kamil Śliwowski - Jak podnieść swój poziom bezpieczeństwa ćwicząc uważność?

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  • 17:00 - 18:30

    Dawid Łasiński - Pan Belfer - Nauczyciel w sieci, czyli jak odnaleźć się w eduinternecie

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Fri, 24 September
  • 10:00 - 11:45

    International Telecommunication Union - Fostering a culture of child online protection: Roll-out of the Child Online Protection Guidelines in Europe (EN)

    The Internet and related digital technologies have opened new ways for children to communicate, learn and play, enjoy music, and engage in a vast array of cultural, educational and skill-enhancing activities. Yet, they have also exposed them to a range of content, contact and harmful conduct online. From issues of privacy, cyberbullying, fake news and internet scammer, to violent and inappropriate content, online grooming and sexual abuse and exploitation, children – and their protectors – face many risks and challenges. The transition to the online world also has an undeniable role in creating and strengthening inequalities and seeking special needs. Online world is especially fundamental for children with disabilities to maintain and enjoy social ties. To ensure the creation of a safe and empowering environment for all children and young people, ITU firstly developed the Guidelines for Child Online Protection in 2009. Upon the request of the Member States, the COP Guidelines have been updated and launched officially in June 2020 in all six UN Official languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian Spanish). The updated Guidelines constitute a comprehensive set of recommendations on how to contribute to the development of a safe and empowering online environment for children and young people. This workshop aims at providing a detailed overview of objectives, strategies and initiatives related to COP guidelines for children, parents and educators, industry, and policymakers. This workshop will provide a platform to exchange on practical steps to roll-out the COP guidelines at the national level and foster a culture of child online protection with all relevant stakeholders.

    AGENDA


    [10:00 - 10:05] Welcome and setting the context

    o Jaroslaw Ponder, Head of the ITU Office for Europe

    [10:05 – 10: 45] Overview of the Child Online Protection Guidelines

    The first part of the workshop will focus on providing an overview of the COP guidelines for policymakers, parents and educators, and industry.

    Guidelines for Policymakers

    o David Wright, Director UK Safer Internet Centre and co-author of the Policy-makers guidelines

    Guidelines for Parents and Educators

    o Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics & Global Kids Online, co-author of the Parents and Educators guidelines

    Guidelines for Industry

    o Giacomo Mazzone, RAI, co-author of the Industry guidelines

    [10:45 – 11:45] The journey towards ensuring child online protection: Roll-out of the COP Guidelines at the national level

    The second part of the workshop will be a panel discussion during which countries will discuss current national challenges and the framework in place to ensure the safety of children online, as well as main challenges and best practices encountered during the roll-out process of the guidelines at the national level.

    o Albania: Klorenta Janushi, Head of the Communication and Information Dissemination Unit, Directorate of Electronic Certification and Cyber Security, Council of Ministers

    o Hungary: Katalin Baracsi Dr., LL.M lawyer specialized in Infocommunication

    o Malta: Antonella Gatt, Director International Relations and Program Implementation, Ministry of Education in Malta

    o Romania: Claudia Oprescu, National Coordinator of the Safer Internet Center in Romania

    o Turkey: Şahin Bayzan Dr., Coordinator, Safer Internet Center, Turkey

    o Ukraine: Oleksandra Kovalenco, Head of the Expert Group on Online Safety at the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine

    Moderator: Sarah Delporte, Project Officer, ITU Office for Europe

    [11:45 – 11:55] Questions and Answers for all stakeholders

    [11:55 - 12:00] Closing Remarks

    o Jaroslaw Ponder, Head of the ITU Office for Europe

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  • 12:30 - 14:00

    Grzegorz Mazurkiewicz - OSE IT Szkoła

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  • 14:15 - 15:45

    Joanna Flis - Uzależnienie od mediów społecznościowych - iluzja więzi i osobowość pastiszowa

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  • 16:00 - 17:30

    Damian Żłobicki - Dobrostan Cyfrowy: Jak korzystać, by nie dać się wykorzystać!

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