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Annotated Version: EU Safer Internet Forum - Rethinking Responses to Young People's Online Lives

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Exploring the need to move beyond a risk-opportunity discourse to a richer, rights-based dialogue about promoting a safer Internet.

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Annotated Version: EU Safer Internet Forum - Rethinking Responses to Young People's Online Lives

  1. 1. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Rethinking Responses to Young People’s Online Lives EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  2. 2. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision work Local o h digital yout nline en Researching gageme nt Putting the talk in contex age 16 Iʼve been involved t: From 2002 2011 at the 1999 intersection of Childrenʼs R Campaigning, Youth Partic ights 2007 ipation and digital media. E-Participation in Action es Rethinking p olicy respons EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  3. 3. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision work Local o h digital yout ether t came tog nline en ts firs Tho se elemen was part in the when I for m e in 2002 UN Comm ittee to the delegation d as a Researching UK of the Chil gageme ts outh o n the Righ gove rnments y membe r of the UK ghout the trip I . Throu advis ory board Global Taking IT nt the was using eflections and blog r platform to t on the 2002 photos an d to repor ring t o, and to in teract 2011 Com mittee hea home. ople back 1999 with, youn g pe 2007 E-Participation in Action es Rethinking p olicy respons EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  4. 4. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision work Local o h digital yout nline en Researching gageme nt 2002 2011 1999 20077, working with the UK National In 200 Y outh Agency, I was asked to look E-Participation in Action es into “How were you th workers olicy respons engaging with socia l network sites?”. So we did some surv ey research, some focus groups, and some action research - and foun d the answer was “generally not very w ell”: but Rethinking p EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  5. 5. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  6. 6. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision but, there was real potentia l for informal educators to enga ge with social media: (a) to give yo ung people space to critically discuss an d explore with their peers the role of digital media is playing in their liv es; EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  7. 7. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision but, there was real potentia le to l for (b) to support young peop informal educators to enga nce to make social media: (a) to give yo ge with develop skills and resilie unities, ung people the most of digital opport space to critically discuss an participate d explore including opportunities to with their peers the role of ciety; and digital as equal stakeholders in so media is playing in their liv es; EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  8. 8. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision and (c) to encourage yo but, there was real potentia le to ung people to l for (b) to support young peop become, in the words of a famous informal educators to enga nce to make social media: (a) to give yo ge with develop skills and resilie youth work pamphlet o f the 1980s, unities, ung people the most of digital opport ʻCreators, not consum ersʼ in the space to critically discuss an participate d explore including opportunities to online world. with their peers the role of ciety; and digital as equal stakeholders in so media is playing in their liv es; EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  9. 9. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision le, Iʼm not rrent action on te chnology and young peop But as I look around at cu ial. Fear, or at best chec k-list based g that potent convinced we are realizin or voluntary sector supp orted youth are limiting public approaches to e-Safety es through which young people could best ry opportuniti engagement with the ve e digital citizens. And weʼ re missing d develop as activ develop digital literacy an online safety because of our current to improve hundreds of opportunities strategies. EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  10. 10. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision work Local o h digital yout nline en Researching gageme nt ponsesʼ to yo ung people at how we sh ould be ʻRethinking Res So I came to look and the Internet 2002 2011 wn to the way we est that in part comes do 1999 In this presentation Iʼm go ing to sugg young people and the Internet. Both in the use of an 2007 frame our responses to and in the direct and resear ch Internet safety work, tunity-riskʼ dichotomy to t to the Internet. E-Participation in Action es ʻoppor ʼ frequently drive policy making with respec olicy respons way that common ʻmyths hts of the Child the idea that the U N Convention on the Rig Iʼm going to put forward fer digital framework for thin king about supporting sa can offer a richer conceptual lives. Rethinking p EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  11. 11. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Three core inputs Youth work online month of action: www.youthworkonline.org.uk Rethinking responses paper: http://bit.ly/oJKVOd Challenging myths workshop: www.ycig.org I draw upon three key inpu ts into this presentation: - The experiences of the Yo uth Work Online network of exploring digital media in w over 1000 practitioners ork with young people; - A recent paper on Rethink ing Responses presented at EU Kids Go Online - A recent workshop at the Internet Governance Forum ʻChallenging Mythsʼ to youn in Nairobi that looked at g people and the Internet. EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  12. 12. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision The current frame So what is the current fram ing? Well, looking at recent events, the phrase that cons conference papers and tantly returns is ʻopportunity and riskʼ. EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  13. 13. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision So letʼs take a look at the dominant framing of Inte opportunity and risk. rnet safety work: Since early UK Children G o Online work, quite possib about the Internet and youn ly long before, questions g people have been framed and risks. We might sugges in terms of opportunities t this was an attempt to ba otherwise have been just ab lance a framing that would out ʻrisksʼ, and in that sens framing is useful. e, an opportunity-risk “…online opportunities and risks go hand in hand: the more children and young people experience the one, the more they also experience the other, and vice-versa.” Livingstone & Bober, UK Children Go Online, 2005 EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  14. 14. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision d, much ted as thin gs that go hand-in-han And yet, ra ther than being presen as if they were two sid es of a s and risks policy ma king treats opportunitie nity. on reducing risks can raise opportu b alance: as if focussing Risk Opportunity EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  15. 15. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision d, much ted as thin gs that go hand-in-han And yet, ra ther than being presen as if they were two sid es of a s and risks policy ma king treats opportunitie nity. on reducing risks can raise opportu b alance: as if focussing port unity Op R isk EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  16. 16. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision and in rch that op portunity and risk go h But if we ta ke seriously the resea shing down just push-do wn risk without also pu h and, weʼre not able to opportunities. Risk Opportunity EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  17. 17. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision and in rch that op portunity and risk go h But if we ta ke seriously the resea shing down just push-do wn risk without also pu h and, weʼre not able to opportunities. Opportunity Risk EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  18. 18. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision and in rch that op portunity and risk go h But if we ta ke seriously the resea shing down just push-do wn risk without also pu h and, weʼre not able to opportunities. Risk Opportunity EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  19. 19. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision that be the ʻhea vierʼ concept: the one And as Risk in policy making tends to in the past ung people are involved: we have gets m ore attention when yo ol of fear-based mess aging that are locking, contr ende d up with policies of b elf-expression, to play, to creativity n rights to s very w illing to compromise o ge risks. and s o-on in order to mana Risk Opportunity EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  20. 20. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision The frami ng has a s And yet m econd pro uch resea blem: risk exposure rch and pr is not nec to risk, wit actice foc essarily b constructi h o u t l o o ki usses on ad. Harm ng logic m ng at how measuring is. between r odels or n frequently and reduc isks and h arrative th risks lead ing arms. at show th to harms, e mediatin or g factors Risk Opportunity EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  21. 21. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Broken frames drive bad policies EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  22. 22. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Broken frames drive bad policies 1] Mis-use of blocking and filtering EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  23. 23. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Broken frames drive bad policies 1] Mis-use of blocking and filtering 2] Confusing of risk to organisations with risk to individuals EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  24. 24. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Broken frames drive bad policies 1] Mis-use of blocking and filtering 2] Confusing of risk to organisations with risk to individuals 3] Neglect of digital divides EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  25. 25. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Broken frames drive bad policies 1] Mis-use of blocking and filtering 2] Confusing of risk to organisations with risk to individuals 3] Neglect of digital divides 4] Downplaying the full range of Children’s Rights EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  26. 26. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Broken frames drive bad policies 1] Mis-use of blocking and filtering 2] Confusing of risk to organisations with risk to individuals 3] Neglect of digital divides 4] Downplaying the full range of Children’s Rights 5] Inspiring ineffective safety campaigns EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  27. 27. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision about young n alternativ e framing for thinking Before I go on to sketch out a out a few quotes from last months ant to draw people ʼs online lives, I just w and the Internetʼ work shop at the ng people ʻChalle nging myths about you rly useful in orum, wh ich think were particula a polarising Internet Governance F a deficit approach, or ove beyond highlig hting how, when we m and capacity building approaches. r education mode l, we can identify bette Challenging myths Moving beyond deficit-focussed models and polarised claims EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  28. 28. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Myth: Young people are digital natives, or digitally naive “...the tendency to pigeonhole young people into one category or the other prevents us from developing a deeper understanding of diverse youth experiences of networked media, and how individuals can have different experiences at different times and in different spaces.” Sheba Mohammid EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  29. 29. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Myth: Young people don’t care about privacy “ ...if we were given more of a knowledge of what privacy is and how we can protect ourselves, youth would be more personally invested in action.” g peopleʼs Dalby focus sed on exploring youn Kellye Coleman and Conner ency of information ca mpaigns to ting the tend attitud es to privacy: highligh to convince young peo ple to care t they have start fr om an assumption tha nd Conner argued tha t young ast, Kellye a about their privacy. By contr what young people ne ed (and y, but that people care a lot about privac ive information and gu idance to d) is support d, what most of us nee d reasons indee fy good strategies for managing pri vacy, and to have goo t if they are not Kellye Coleman identi re importan v acy-protecting steps a given for why extra pri . already being adopted se, but a for informati on about ʻprivacyʼ per Kelly e outlines a desire not ontexts. t privacy in particular c detailed dialogue abou EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  30. 30. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Myth: Social media is addictive “The Internet is all your favourite things in one place. When your favourite things change you just add another thing. Its not addiction, just having a really fun time kind of thing. Having all your favourite things in one place. Who wouldnt want Dan Skipper to be on that?” The phrase ʻInternet Addictio nʼ is a one that particularly fru our young panelists in Nairobi strated many of . Perhaps the response to th application of this term to youn e general g peopleʼs online behaviours summed up in one blog post was best on this workshop, which note Internet addiction; then we m d that “If we call it ight as well call any time spen fun an addiction”. t on something EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  31. 31. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Myth: The Internet is a free, anarchic playground “The myth is that young people think the Internet is all free. Its all open and whatever you do, it does not yield any negative consequences... The opposite is actually the truth... Many fear the Internet is under surveillance which leads to serious chilling effects or freedom of Max Kall expression and democratic participation. ” some risks hi ghlight that we canʼt simply list The responses to these myths o muchʼ ta lking to strangers; spending ʻto (e.g. disclosure of information; er analysis move them. We need a far deep time online) and then look to re gs the pe ople, and shared understandin based on dialogue with young a digital world. diverse dynamics of young peopleʼs experiences of EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  32. 32. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision A new frame? place e oppo rtunity-risk tension. Well, the So how can we get beyond th of the ithin th e UN Convention on the Rights Iʼve looked for a framework is w Child. EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  33. 33. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision UNCRC Protection Participation Provision The convention is the most w idely agreed International tre rights ascribed to all those un aty: framed in 1989 and cove der 18. It includes a subtle ap ring a wide range of and whilst encouraging adults preciation of the ʻevolving ca to act in the best interests of pacities of the childʼ, views of young people are fu any child or young person, re ndamental to decisions made cognizes that the about their lives. The rights in the UNCRC are commonly divided into three Participation Rights. groups: Provision Rights; Pro tection Rights; and United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  34. 34. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Pr n io ov ct isi e on ot Pr Participation The UNCRC is the most widel y agreed International treaty: rights ascribed to all those un framed in 1989 and covering der 18. It includes a subtle ap a wide range of and whilst encouraging adults preciation of the ʻevolving ca to act in the best interests of pacities of the childʼ, views of young people are fu any child or young person, re ndamental to decisions made cognizes that the about their lives. The rights in the UNCRC are commonly divided into three Participation Rights. groups: Provision Rights; Pro tection Rights; and EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  35. 35. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision So what would this mean in th e context of Internet safety? rights within a clear structure. Well, it helps us locate young peopleʼs various Telling us whether we start fro m protection, participation or professional, or an Internet S provision, as an e-safety expe ervice provider, we each need rt, a participation guide to actions we should ta to consider related rights of yo ke. ung people as a ! EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  36. 36. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision on key g people to pa rticipate in decision making in terested in supporting youn So for example, I might be ered sensitive. issues that might be consid social issues, possibly even ion of , is not realized in isolation from the provis pr ession, a participation right regulation and -The right to freedom of ex to take place, nor in the absence of laws, ort that enables expression expression. spaces and supp ion, abuse or harm as a result of their free ung person from discriminat responses that protect a yo ! EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  37. 37. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  38. 38. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision le was for young Gyp sy and Traveller young peop ple, Savvy Chavvy, a social network site set up selves, particularly importan t for many For exam express them ifi c group of young people to le attention to created as space for a spec ebook. The project has paid considerab who had been expe riencing racist abuse on Fac eping who was allowed in the space, and that it was sa fe, with moderators gateke volved in itʼs ensuring the provision was tting the rules of the space and getting in participative, with young people involved in se ent. moderation and managem EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  39. 39. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Support digital citizenship Empower young people Respond to risks Promote resiliency Provide positive spaces Youth shaped services ! EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  40. 40. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision late, we can ad d Support digital citizenship the th ree-P’s re xpress what o expr ess how oe rinciple t of the triangle T one p six p rinciples: e on each side ts), Empower young people ook lik lar set of righ re sponses l ussed on a particu tion - showing foc sec (r esponses ciple at each inter areas of rights rin ing and one p ually re-enforc Respond to risks how t hese mut relate. Promote resiliency Provide positive spaces Youth shaped services ! EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  41. 41. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Support digital citizenship Empower young people Respond to risks Promote resiliency Provide positive spaces Youth shaped services So if we’re researching e-part icipation, we should ask how it empow ers young people with skills to manage their safety online, and how young people are shaping the provision of part icipative spaces. ! EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  42. 42. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Support digital citizenship Empower young people Respond to risks Promote resiliency n policy, w e Provide positive spaces tectio lann ing a pro uilds on young If we’re p k at how it b s in to loo articipant need ed p empower , and how we Youth shaped services people as protection their own ote resiliency. prom ! EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  43. 43. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Support digital citizenship Empower young people Respond to risks Promote resiliency Provide positive spaces Youth shaped services Etc... ! EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  44. 44. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision ! EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  45. 45. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision how t mode l: a sketch of This is just a draf frames for th inking rnative we can find alte lives about yo ung people’s Refining a model tha depth of i t nsights int can capture the technolog o yo y that rese ung people and people’s o wn voices arch, and young foundation o s of the U ffer us; the strong simplicity; NCRC; an will take m d a need f ore work. or ! EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  46. 46. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Support digital citizenship Empower young people Respond to risks Promote resiliency Provide positive spaces Youth shaped services But the tr iangle of way to ta rights doe ke any st s give us widen ou arting po a r perspec int, and response tive on ap s to supp propriate lives. orting saf er online ! EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  47. 47. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Where next? EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  48. 48. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Where next? g, ty-ris k framin n an o pportuni ncourag ed estio oe r e next? dy ou to qu I hop e Iʼve als So: whe convince rnative. e) in o pe Iʼve for an alte da challeng Well, I h er the need s a resource (an and to consid e UNCRC a t th you to look a ing. ng that fram developi EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  49. 49. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Where next? A number of people Iʼve di scussed the Three-P model take it and just slot it within with have tried to their existing work: an extr about e-Safety. But I donʼt a slide in the deck think it can work like that: itʼ broader challenge to Intern s intended as a et safety policy making; an policy, which in many cont d indeed to youth exts fails to find root in the UNCRC. EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  50. 50. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Where next? have their place. Information based campaigns on access to Negotiated, transparent and proportional restrictions to play. technologies or online spaces have a role better ortin g young people to live safer, But these are just part of supp sing many lives in a digital world. And in most cases weʼre mis ung mprom ise of the full realization of yo components and risking a co peopleʼs rights. fact, itʼs already Fortunately, I think the time is right for rethinking. In n, Iʼve a lin e of critique in this presentatio going on. Although Iʼve taken th Work ussi ons at this years annual ʻYou been encouraged that the disc to build ce w ere much more about projects Onlineʼ open space conferen ks to king around local government bloc digital literacy, than about wor digital engagement. EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  51. 51. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Where next? Emerging good practice is out there. And the chan rights based responses fu ce to develop rther is here. EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011
  52. 52. Rethinking responses to young peopleʼs online lives Participation, protection, provision Continue the conversation... www.youthworkonline.org.uk www.ycig.org www.timdavies.org.uk @timdavies EU Safer Internet Forum - October 20th 2011 Practical Participation - tim@practicalparticipation.co.uk | @timdaviesThursday, 20 October 2011

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