Digital Child Rights Tools

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Make children digitally aware and give them a voice in digital child-friendly municipalities.

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As a center of expertise, we develop and supply tools for professionals within municipalities and social organizations to reach, inform and activate children and young people in the field of children's rights in relation to their digital world. These tools ensure that children and young people can give their opinion and feedback about their digital lives. We also allow young people to use our tools themselves. As an internship employee and/or freelancer, they make children aware of their digital rights at schools, in libraries and/or in community centers.

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Our target groups

We focus primarily on young people between the ages of 10 and 18 in every municipality. It is important that they are aware of their rights and obligations in the digital world. At this age stage, children become increasingly independent based on their developing abilities. In this phase, parents and carers often no longer know which positive, but especially also negative, experiences children and young people have. We want to reach young people between the ages of 18 and 30 by giving them an active role in our programs in every municipality. 

Our program

Ultimately, the Network of the Digital Child Rights Foundation provides various programs in municipalities. Young people (18-30 years old) are given an internship/side job to make children and young people (10-18 years old) aware of their digital rights and to have them participate in the Digital Child Rights Panel. Our tools raise awareness and educate about digital children's rights and enable children and young people to participate and express their views on the 10 Digital Child Rights themes. In each municipality, we develop a multi-year program together with the municipality and civil society and the children and young people themselves, using the various tools in each phase.