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Revision as of 01:19, 21 May 2020

Consolidated programme 2020 overview / Day 2

Proposals: #17, #26, #62, #81, #97, #101, #103, #121, #131, #137, #138, #153, #180 (#9, #15, #37, #78, #157, #171)

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Session teaser

It is highly desirable to invite people to discuss educational programs and cases, presenting best practices and showcasing how the challenges are met.

The global spread of coronavirus has created a fruitful ground for cyber-criminals to profit from hacking and cybercrime, and attacks are likely to rise. Therefore, proper Cyberdefense skills need to be taught at various levels from elementary to high school, within formal and informal educational settings, to equip people from possible attacks.

Discussing the importance of Cybersecurity, Internet architecture and coding skills is becoming compelling too – from high schools to university level and above – to help people design and co-design technologies.

What are the existing educational programs that are helping people become more prepared and equipped in time of global crisis: to protect individuals and their devices from cybercrime, manage privacy and protect personal data, create and co-create digital content by producing, designing, writing, and publishing it.

Which policies are designed to improve information literacy skills: to be able to recognize fake news, deal with misinformation, manage and value privacy and other rights (such as freedom of expression)?

Session description

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Further reading

Links to relevant websites, declarations, books, documents. Please note we cannot offer web space, so only links to external resources are possible. Example for an external link: Website of EuroDIG

Factsheets: a Europe fit for the Digital Age [1]

National Cyber Security Education Agenda of DCypher, the Dutch government's initiative [2] [3]

Global Education Coalition. COVID-19 Education Response [4]

COVID-19 crisis. Broadband Commission Agenda for Action for Faster and Better Recovery [5]

COMPACT, Horizon 2020. Research Findings and Policy Recommendations for organisations and initiatives tackling fake news [6]

Shaping Europe's Digital Future. Communication from The Commission to The European Parliament, The Council, The European Economic and Social Committee and The Committee of The Regions [7]

Digital technologies – innovative solutions during the coronavirus crisis [8]

Next Generation Internet: Human-Centric Tech in times of crisis [9]


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Focal Points

  • Rui André S. Esteves
  • Narine Khachatryan

Organising Team (Org Team) List them here as they sign up.

  • Wout de Natris
  • Narine Khachatryan
  • Nadia Tjahja
  • Oliana Sula
  • Anelia Dimova
  • Erklina Denja
  • João Pedro Martins
  • Lianna Galstyan
  • Ida van Praag

Key Participants

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Remote Moderator

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  • are in (rough) consensus with the audience

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