Online products and services can provide tremendous benefits, such as social connection to loved ones far away, information from around the world, and learning opportunities for underserved communities, as well as risks, such as manipulation, misinformation, and reputational harm, so it is critical to better design digital products and services to maintain the human rights and thriving of children. In this workshop, participants will hear about practical aspects of making the digital world age appropriate and how thoughtful approaches can enhance trustworthy online/offline experiences for children.
How to overcome the problem of children being an invisible stakeholder group?
How to create processes that adapt with changing technologies?
How to approach the different age groups and 13-17 year olds being considered adults?