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== <span class="dateline">Get involved!</span> ==  
 
== <span class="dateline">Get involved!</span> ==  
 
You are invited to become a member of the session Org Team! By joining a Org Team you agree to that your name and affiliation will be published at the respective wiki page of the session for transparency reasons. Please subscribe to the [https://list.eurodig.org/mailman/listinfo/WS10_2020 '''mailing list'''] to join the Org Team and answer the email that will be send to you requesting your confirmation of subscription.
 
You are invited to become a member of the session Org Team! By joining a Org Team you agree to that your name and affiliation will be published at the respective wiki page of the session for transparency reasons. Please subscribe to the [https://list.eurodig.org/mailman/listinfo/WS10_2020 '''mailing list'''] to join the Org Team and answer the email that will be send to you requesting your confirmation of subscription.
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== Session information ==
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'''Date:''' Wednesday, 12 June 2020
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'''Time:''' 14:30 - 16:00 CEST (UTC+2)
  
 
== Session teaser ==
 
== 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.
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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.
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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)?
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== Session description ==
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The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated of moving teaching and learning online at an unprecedented scale.  As of end April, 2020 the global health crisis had caused more than 1.6 billion children and youth (80 percent of the world's enrolled students) to be out of school in 191 countries, as well as 63 million primary and secondary teachers.
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As experts estimate, the global lockdown of education institutions is going to cause major and uneven interruption in students’ learning. UNESCO has publicized data demonstrating a negative impact the school closures are having on students’ learning outcomes. Though the use of distance learning programmes and open educational resources and platforms can mitigate the disruption of education, yet intensify other problems. The global health crisis has created a fruitful ground for cyber-criminals to profit from hacking and cybercrime, and attacks are on the rise. 
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To fight the spread of the COVID19 and protect human health and life, governments around the world are using tracking and surveillance applications, in some countries unverified information flows are banned, thus restricting fundamental freedoms, such as freedom of expression, right to privacy, right to access information, etc.
  
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.
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Questions to be proposed to key participants:
  
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.
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*What are the existing educational strategies and policies that are helping people become more prepared and equipped in times of global crisis: to protect individuals and their devices from cybercrime, learn to manage privacy and protect personal data, create and co-create digital content.
  
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)?
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*How do we ensure necessary cyber-defense, cyber security and other technical skill sets (such as internet architecture, or technical skills helping to build more secure websites, safer software, IoT security by design, etc.) are taught from school to university level?
  
== Session description ==
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*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)?
Until <span class="dateline">11 May 2020</span>.
 
  
Always use your own words to describe the session. If you decide to quote the words of an external source, give them the due respect and acknowledgement by specifying the source.
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*What responsibilities should assume state, business and civil society actors to promote that quality education during and after the global health crisis?
  
== Format ==  
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== Format ==
Until <span class="dateline">11 May 2020</span>.
 
  
Please try out new interactive formats. EuroDIG is about dialogue not about statements, presentations and speeches. Workshops should not be organised as a small plenary.
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The workshop will feature key participants, who will share their insights on the topic to kick off the discussion. Following the introductory part, the two moderators will facilitate an interactive discussion with the audience.
  
 
== People ==  
 
== People ==  
Until <span class="dateline">27 April 2020</span>.
 
 
'''Please provide name and institution for all people you list here.'''
 
  
 
'''Focal Points'''  
 
'''Focal Points'''  
 
*'''Rui André S. Esteves'''<br />''Biography:'' Experienced ICT Teacher, with a substantial working history in various scholar institutions, teaching at different levels. Presently, teaching in a public secondary school in Madeira Island - Portugal. Before, worked as an IT Administrator, in several public entities/organizations. Experienced in ITIL, IT Service Management, TCP/IP Networks and Operative Systems. Holds a first degree in Computer/ Information Administration and Management, and a Masters Degree in ITIL Framework, from Bragança's Polytechnic Institute – Portugal. Member of Internet Society Portuguese Chapter.
 
*'''Rui André S. Esteves'''<br />''Biography:'' Experienced ICT Teacher, with a substantial working history in various scholar institutions, teaching at different levels. Presently, teaching in a public secondary school in Madeira Island - Portugal. Before, worked as an IT Administrator, in several public entities/organizations. Experienced in ITIL, IT Service Management, TCP/IP Networks and Operative Systems. Holds a first degree in Computer/ Information Administration and Management, and a Masters Degree in ITIL Framework, from Bragança's Polytechnic Institute – Portugal. Member of Internet Society Portuguese Chapter.
  
*Narine Khachatryan
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*'''Narine Khachatryan'''<br />''
  
 
'''Organising Team (Org Team)''' ''List them here as they sign up.''
 
'''Organising Team (Org Team)''' ''List them here as they sign up.''
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'''Key Participants'''
 
'''Key Participants'''
 
Key Participants are experts willing to provide their knowledge during a session – not necessarily on stage. Key Participants should contribute to the session planning process and keep statements short and punchy during the session. They will be selected and assigned by the Org Team, ensuring a stakeholder balanced dialogue also considering gender and geographical balance.
 
Please provide short CV’s of the Key Participants involved in your session at the Wiki or link to another source.
 
  
 
*'''Tito de Morais'''<br />''Biography:'' The Internet Safety Guy, is the founder of Projecto MiudosSegurosNa.Net (KidsSafeOnThe.Net Project), a family-run initiative that, since 2003, helps Portuguese speaking families, schools and communities promoting the ethical, responsible and safe use of the Internet by children, adults and lately, senior citizens. Tito is on the Advisory Board of Portugal’s Safer Internet Center, on Board of International Advisors of Cybersafety India, on the Advisory Board of the Portuguese team of the EuKidsOnline project, collaborated with NetChildrenGoMobile’s Portuguese team and was an external evaluator of “Cyber Training – Taking Action Against Cyberbullying”, a project that produced a train-the-trainer manual on cyberbullying. Represents StopCyberbullying and CyberSafety.org in Portugal and Projeto MiudosSegurosNa.Net as Partner at Google’s Family Safety Center and Facebook’s Safety Center. Tito is a member of the International Bullying Prevention Association and the Cybersafety Standards Task Force.
 
*'''Tito de Morais'''<br />''Biography:'' The Internet Safety Guy, is the founder of Projecto MiudosSegurosNa.Net (KidsSafeOnThe.Net Project), a family-run initiative that, since 2003, helps Portuguese speaking families, schools and communities promoting the ethical, responsible and safe use of the Internet by children, adults and lately, senior citizens. Tito is on the Advisory Board of Portugal’s Safer Internet Center, on Board of International Advisors of Cybersafety India, on the Advisory Board of the Portuguese team of the EuKidsOnline project, collaborated with NetChildrenGoMobile’s Portuguese team and was an external evaluator of “Cyber Training – Taking Action Against Cyberbullying”, a project that produced a train-the-trainer manual on cyberbullying. Represents StopCyberbullying and CyberSafety.org in Portugal and Projeto MiudosSegurosNa.Net as Partner at Google’s Family Safety Center and Facebook’s Safety Center. Tito is a member of the International Bullying Prevention Association and the Cybersafety Standards Task Force.
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== Further reading ==  
 
== 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: [http://www.eurodig.org/ Website of EuroDIG]
 
  
 
EuroDIG 2017 WS6: From Internet Users to Digital Citizens [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/From_internet_users_to_digital_citizens_%E2%80%93_WS_06_2017]  
 
EuroDIG 2017 WS6: From Internet Users to Digital Citizens [https://eurodigwiki.org/wiki/From_internet_users_to_digital_citizens_%E2%80%93_WS_06_2017]  

Revision as of 01:55, 23 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)

You are invited to become a member of the session Org Team! By joining a Org Team you agree to that your name and affiliation will be published at the respective wiki page of the session for transparency reasons. Please subscribe to the mailing list to join the Org Team and answer the email that will be send to you requesting your confirmation of subscription.


Session information

Date: Wednesday, 12 June 2020

Time: 14:30 - 16:00 CEST (UTC+2)

Session teaser

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

The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated of moving teaching and learning online at an unprecedented scale. As of end April, 2020 the global health crisis had caused more than 1.6 billion children and youth (80 percent of the world's enrolled students) to be out of school in 191 countries, as well as 63 million primary and secondary teachers.

As experts estimate, the global lockdown of education institutions is going to cause major and uneven interruption in students’ learning. UNESCO has publicized data demonstrating a negative impact the school closures are having on students’ learning outcomes. Though the use of distance learning programmes and open educational resources and platforms can mitigate the disruption of education, yet intensify other problems. The global health crisis has created a fruitful ground for cyber-criminals to profit from hacking and cybercrime, and attacks are on the rise.

To fight the spread of the COVID19 and protect human health and life, governments around the world are using tracking and surveillance applications, in some countries unverified information flows are banned, thus restricting fundamental freedoms, such as freedom of expression, right to privacy, right to access information, etc.

Questions to be proposed to key participants:

  • What are the existing educational strategies and policies that are helping people become more prepared and equipped in times of global crisis: to protect individuals and their devices from cybercrime, learn to manage privacy and protect personal data, create and co-create digital content.
  • How do we ensure necessary cyber-defense, cyber security and other technical skill sets (such as internet architecture, or technical skills helping to build more secure websites, safer software, IoT security by design, etc.) are taught from school to university level?
  • 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)?
  • What responsibilities should assume state, business and civil society actors to promote that quality education during and after the global health crisis?

Format

The workshop will feature key participants, who will share their insights on the topic to kick off the discussion. Following the introductory part, the two moderators will facilitate an interactive discussion with the audience.

People

Focal Points

  • Rui André S. Esteves
    Biography: Experienced ICT Teacher, with a substantial working history in various scholar institutions, teaching at different levels. Presently, teaching in a public secondary school in Madeira Island - Portugal. Before, worked as an IT Administrator, in several public entities/organizations. Experienced in ITIL, IT Service Management, TCP/IP Networks and Operative Systems. Holds a first degree in Computer/ Information Administration and Management, and a Masters Degree in ITIL Framework, from Bragança's Polytechnic Institute – Portugal. Member of Internet Society Portuguese Chapter.
  • 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

  • Tito de Morais
    Biography: The Internet Safety Guy, is the founder of Projecto MiudosSegurosNa.Net (KidsSafeOnThe.Net Project), a family-run initiative that, since 2003, helps Portuguese speaking families, schools and communities promoting the ethical, responsible and safe use of the Internet by children, adults and lately, senior citizens. Tito is on the Advisory Board of Portugal’s Safer Internet Center, on Board of International Advisors of Cybersafety India, on the Advisory Board of the Portuguese team of the EuKidsOnline project, collaborated with NetChildrenGoMobile’s Portuguese team and was an external evaluator of “Cyber Training – Taking Action Against Cyberbullying”, a project that produced a train-the-trainer manual on cyberbullying. Represents StopCyberbullying and CyberSafety.org in Portugal and Projeto MiudosSegurosNa.Net as Partner at Google’s Family Safety Center and Facebook’s Safety Center. Tito is a member of the International Bullying Prevention Association and the Cybersafety Standards Task Force.
  • Oliana Sula
    Biography: Oliana Sula is a lecturer and researcher at the Departement of Management, Faculty of Business at the University “Aleksandër Moisiu” Durrës, in Durrës, Albania. She holds a PhD in Management from Estonian Business School in Tallinn, Estonia. Her previous educational background is from France and Argentina. Her research interests are social media, youth entrepreneurship, social innovation, digital literacy, digital inclusion, cybersecurity education, youth policies, youth entrepreneurial culture and sustainable focusing in South East Europe and Latin America. She is part of different initiatives about Internet Governance at regional and European level. Her hobbies are nature, travelling, literature, spirituality, fitness and fashion design.

Moderator

The moderator is the facilitator of the session at the event. Moderators are responsible for including the audience and encouraging a lively interaction among all session attendants. Please make sure the moderator takes a neutral role and can balance between all speakers. Please provide short CV of the moderator of your session at the Wiki or link to another source.

Remote Moderator

Trained remote moderators will be assigned on the spot by the EuroDIG secretariat to each session.

Reporter

Reporters will be assigned by the EuroDIG secretariat in cooperation with the Geneva Internet Platform. The Reporter takes notes during the session and formulates 3 (max. 5) bullet points at the end of each session that:

  • are summarised on a slide and presented to the audience at the end of each session
  • relate to the particular session and to European Internet governance policy
  • are forward looking and propose goals and activities that can be initiated after EuroDIG (recommendations)
  • are in (rough) consensus with the audience

Further reading

EuroDIG 2017 WS6: From Internet Users to Digital Citizens [1]

Factsheets: a Europe fit for the Digital Age [2]

National Cyber Security Education Agenda of DCypher, the Dutch government's initiative [3] [4]

Global Education Coalition. COVID-19 Education Response [5]

COVID-19 crisis. Broadband Commission Agenda for Action for Faster and Better Recovery [6]

COMPACT, Horizon 2020. Research Findings and Policy Recommendations for organisations and initiatives tackling fake news [7]

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 [8]

Digital technologies – innovative solutions during the coronavirus crisis [9]

Next Generation Internet: Human-Centric Tech in times of crisis [10]

Current discussion, conference calls, schedules and minutes

See the discussion tab on the upper left side of this page. Please use this page to publish:

  • dates for virtual meetings or coordination calls
  • short summary of calls or email exchange

Please be as open and transparent as possible in order to allow others to get involved and contact you. Use the wiki not only as the place to publish results but also to summarize the discussion process.

Messages

A short summary of the session will be provided by the Reporter.

Video record

Will be provided here after the event.

Transcript

Will be provided here after the event.