🗣️ Partecipa al #DigitalDecade4YOUth ➡️ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runne…@Insafenetwork @GenerazioniConnesse


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About this surveyAs part of its vision and avenues for Europe’s digital transformation by 2030, the European Commission and other decision makers want to ensure that the digital world is fit for the future and can allow everyone to benefit from all the opportunities it can offer. As part of a wider consultation process, from May to October 2021, children, young people, parents and carers, teachers and educators, and other stakeholders from across the European Union are being consulted on the priorities they see to promote, protect, respect and fulfil children rights in a digital world.

A cosa dovrebbero dare priorità i responsabili politici dando forma all’Internet del futuro ❓💭

Consultation work to date has already gained insights from some 750 children and young people through 70 focus groups. We now wish to gather wider input from those stakeholders who care for, educate, or can otherwise influence positive online opportunities and experiences for Europe’s children and young people.

In this survey, we ask you a series of questions, based on the questions which children and young people were consulted on so that we can compare perspectives. We ask you to consider the opportunities and benefits which children and young people can gain from being online, the challenges and risks which they might face, and who you think is (or should be) responsible for improving online experiences. We also ask for your views on what policy makers need to do over the next decade to bring about change. Please note, in this survey we are specifically referring to children and young people up to the age of 18.

Alongside the responses already received from children and young people, the feedback provided in this survey will contribute to the development of a set of digital principles for an interinstitutional declaration between the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council to be published in late 2021, and to the new Better Internet for Kids (BIK) Strategy to be adopted in 2022.

Pubblicato da Marzia Vacchelli

Docente di Lingua e Cultura Tedesca presso il Liceo Veronica Gambara di Brescia; Teacher Trainer per la Rete Scuole Ambito n.6 Lombardia (Brescia, Hinterland e Val Trompia), Docente esperta e Media Education Manager presso CREMIT di Milano; dottoranda in Letterature Comparate presso FAU Erlangen/Nürnberg.


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