Tuesday, 7th of February 2023
10:00 - 13:00
Experts / professional audience
Journalists / Media
eco - Verband der Internetwirtschaft e.V., Cologne Police Headquarters (Criminal Investigation Department Crime Prevention/Victim Protection) and State Prevention Office against Violence and Cyber Violence in Schools in North Rhine-Westphalia
The Internet and digital interaction have become an indispensable part of everyday life and the reality of life for children and young people.
It is not only in the recent past and present that a considerable part of growing up and living takes place in the digital space as a matter of course; after all, one is "always online" and can cover a wide variety of needs on the net.
But how and for what do children and young people actually use this network? What significance does it have for their lives? And who actually sets what limits?
In this workshop, the eco complaints office, the Criminal Investigation Department for Crime Prevention/Victim Protection and the State Prevention Office against Violence and Cyber Violence in Schools in North Rhine-Westphalia, together with other network partners, will answer these and other questions in a practical and interactive way and inform participants about risks in the digital space and ways to minimize them.
After all, a good network is a task for society as a whole to which everyone can - and should - contribute!
The workshop is aimed in particular at older young people, parents, teachers, educators and interested Internet users.
Further information: https://www.eco.de/event/safer-internet-day-2023