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YOUNG INDIANS IN A DIGITAL SOCIETY

 

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Structured Brainstorming among IT & ITES Industry, Academia, NGOs, Government, Media, Law Enforcement and Social Science Fraternity to Channelise Digital Media in the Best Interest of Children and Young People.

 

FLAIR (Forum for Learning and Action with Innovation and Rigour) in collaboration with Computer Society of India (CSI) is carrying out a programme – ‘Digital Media and Society” (#DMS). #DMS is a policy and practice platform for continuous exchange of ideas and action on the subject of Digital Media and Society. Under the Digital Media and Society programme, we work prominently on the issues of children and young people in the digital society.

 

To further brainstorm and enrich the programme and policy on the issue, we are organising a two day Conference – YOUNG INDIANS IN A DIGITAL SOCIETY, at the India International Centre, New Delhi on 24 & 25 August 2018. We understand that the solution to the problem lies in uninhibited participation of all stakeholders in the brainstorming and analysing the faculty of social sciences and the IT industry from a fresh praxis and based on learning from actual lived experiences. The policies and programmes developed on the basis of participatory approaches have a greater efficiency and effectiveness. To further increase the participation and outreach of the deliberations at the Conference we will have a LIVE WEBCAST of all the sessions and will upload the videos and documents from the conference proceedings on the website and circulate it widely amongst practitioners and academics. There will be full range of print and audio-visual documentation of the Conference.

 

The Conference in August 2018 will be attended by 400+ delegates at the venue at India International Centre and it is expected that another 2000+ will access the live webcast of the conference. It is also expected that 10000+ people will be reached out with the conference report and the outcome document. The conference report will be disseminated to all the members of CSI and the partners associations. The conference proceedings will also be covered by Media in various forms.

 

The objective is to initiate and establish a process of structured brainstorming so that the formulations of laws, policies, rules, regulations, guidelines, protocols and SOPs to strengthen and facilitate positive outcomes from “Young Indians in a Digital Society” get organically synchronized with changes and advancements in Digital Media Technologies and the corresponding changes in social sciences, social systems and laws/policies. It is envisioned as a cross disciplinary platform of Information Technology, Sociology, Psychology, Social Work, Political Science, Economics, Public Administration and Law.

The Guidelines will be drafted by a Committee specially constituted from amongst the members and partners in the Programme —”Digital Media and Society”. This Drafting Committee will have representation from Industry, Academia and Practitioners of Social Work, Psychotherapy, Psychiatry and other relevant domains. We will present the guidelines to all the relevant ministries of GOI and its agencies like NCPCR, NCW, NASSCOM and Members of Parliament with an objective to influence the laws and policies in the best interests of children and young people.

 

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