Workshop on protecting and educating children in the information society - lessons from European projects

September 30, 2002

Brussels, Sep 2002

A workshop funded by DG Information Society's Internet Action Plan entitled 'Protecting and educating children in the Information Society - lessons from European projects' will be held in Barcelona on 15 October 2002.

Hosted jointly by the Catalan Foundation for Research and European Schoolnet, the event will involve participants from European government, industry and child protection groups. The workshop will comprise three roundtable sessions on the following themes: 'awareness-raising: techniques, audiences and effective methods', 'filters: educational needs, preferences, efficiency and issues' and 'kids on the web: at home and at school'.

CORDIS RTD-NEWS/© European Communities, 2001

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