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Newsletter: From Evidence to Action

Researching children’s rights globally in the digital age

Type :
Conference & seminar papers
Author :
London School of Economics, UNICEF & EU Kids Online
Published :
2015
Link :

Pic from LSE/UNICEF & EU Kids Online conference

 What research should be conducted to understand how children’s rights are being enhanced or undermined in the digital age, especially on a global basis? What data gathering and analytical tools do researchers need, and how can these best be provided for different countries? The London School of Economics (LSE), UNICEF and EU Kids Online convened a global symposium to address such questions. Drawing on the participants’ expertise from many countries, the meeting sought to identify best practices that could contribute to a global child rights online research toolkit. The meeting aimed to support and encourage research for informing policies, programmes and services to ensure the rights of children in the digital age. All conference documentation and the final guidelines are available at the link above.