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recorded conversation 01 April, 15:30

The web of so­ci­al me­dia: What are the traps that chil­dren get ca­ught in?

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The interpretation is provided by the Inclusively Friendly project
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Social media has become a second home for kids. For them, this is an environment for self-expression and establishing their personal space. During the discussion, we will try to figure out how social media affects children’s mental health and whether we should control our child’s online behaviour. The experts of Docudays UA’s National Campaign Against Cyberbullying will talk about the types of bullying that exist online, and about what you can do if your child finds themselves in this situation.

The discussion will be held in Ukrainian with sign language interpretation. 

Participants

Mykola Kuleba

Presidential Commissioner for Children's Rights

Alina Elevterova

digital security consultant

Olena Lizvinska

therapist, children’s safety expert

Anatoliy Ostapenko

moderator, Telebachennia Toronto host

RIGHTS NOW! programme discussion

This year, the topic of the festival’s Human Rights Programme is the new reality of the corona crisis. Together with professionals, we will discuss changes to the various domains of human life, and talk about how to protect our right to health.