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<p> 1. Researchingchildrensrights globallyinthedigitalage #LSEchildrights wi_TheCloud Arrival,welcomeandintroduc2ons JasminaByrne,UNICEFOceofResearch Mee2ngoverview:context,aims,challenges SoniaLivingstone,LSEandEUKidsOnline Website: Hackpad: h&gt;p://bit.ly/1zI7Q4e h&gt;p://bit.ly/1EWl2pc 2. Mee&gt;ngaims Toexaminehowchildrensrightstoprovision,protec&gt;onand par&gt;cipa&gt;onarebeingenhancedorunderminedinthedigitalage. Tobuildoncurrentunderstandingsoftherisksandopportuni&gt;es aordedtochildrenworldwideastheygainaccesstointernet- enabledtechnologiesofonekindoranother. Ontheonehand,itisvitaltolearnfromtheresearchexperiencesand methodologicalexper&gt;sealreadydeveloped. Ontheotherhand,itis&gt;melytorethinkthecurrentresearchand policyagendas,largelydevelopedintheglobalNorth,byaddressing theques&gt;onsandconcernsthatariseintheglobalSouth. 3. Background Thismee&gt;ngextendsongoingcollabora&gt;onsofseveralkinds. h&gt;p://www.unicef-irc.org/publica2ons/702 h&gt;p://www.unicef-irc.org/research/264/ h&gt;p://www.unicef-irc.org/publica2ons/715/ www.eukidsonline.net h&gt;p://cyber.law.harvard.edu/events/2013/10/ global_research_agenda h&gt;p://www.digitallyconnected.org/agenda/ 4. Sixchallenges 1. Toiden&gt;fythekeyopportuni&gt;esandbarrierstochildrensrightsina digitalage,viewedfromdiverseperspec&gt;vesandcon&gt;nents. 2. Todebatethemeritsandchallengesofstandardizedversus contextualapproachestocross-culturalresearch. 3. Toaddresstheresearchchallengesregardingresearchandpolicy priori&gt;es,researchtrainingneedsandresearchimpact. 4. Toconsidermul&gt;stakeholderengagementandfundingprospects. 5. Torecognisetheprac&gt;cal,poli&gt;calandethicalchallengesof conduc&gt;ngsuchresearch. 6. Toscopekeyelementsthatcouldbedevelopedforaexible, modularresearchtoolkitlikelytobeofwidebenet. 5. Researchagenda(s) Condi&gt;onsofaccessandusein dailylife? Greateropportuni&gt;esfor informa&gt;on,educa&gt;on, par&gt;cipa&gt;on? Compoundsoraddsnewrisksof harm? Eec&gt;veini&gt;a&gt;ves,policiesand prac&gt;ces? 6. EUKidsOnline EUKidsOnlineaimsto enhanceknowledgeof theexperiencesand prac&gt;cesofEuropean childrenandparents regardingriskyandsafer useoftheinternet. Itaimstoprovidea rigorousevidencebase tosupportstakeholders ineortstomaximize onlineopportuni&gt;es whileminimizingtherisk ofharm. Threephasesofwork from2006-2014. 7. Activities Literacies Strategies Affordances Design Practices Benefits and harms that affect well-being and empowerment SOCIAL MEDIATORS SOCIETAL CONDITIONS O N L I N E Outcomes Digital ecology User-led Family Educators Peers and community Cultural values, norms, practices Education system Technological and regulatory infrastructures Structures of inclusion and inequality Identities Experiences Capacities Children Opportunities and risks INDIVIDUAL 8. Comparingcountries Na&gt;onasobjectofstudy: idiographic,seeingour owncountrybe&gt;er Na&gt;onascontextof study:tes2ng hypothesisedgenerali2es acrosscountries Na&gt;onasunitofanalysis: seekingsystema2c rela2onsamongapriori dimensions Na&gt;onascomponentof transna&gt;onalsystem: comparingsystema2cally relatedcountries 9. EUKidsOnline ResearchToolkit 10. Challenge1:Whatstheproblem?Opportuni&gt;esand barrierstochildrensrightsinadigital,globalage Chair:SoniaLivingstone AlexandreBarbosa,Ce2c.brandEUKidsOnlineBrazil PatrickBurton,CentreforJus2ceandCrimePreven2on, SouthAfrica NishantShah,CentreforInternetandSociety,India BuWei,ChineseAcademyofSocialSciences,China 11. Challenge2:Se`ngthestandardsforrigorousand comparablemethodsofinves&gt;ga&gt;oncross-na&gt;onally Chair:EllenHelsper,LSEandEUKidsOnline FionaBrooks,Univ.ofHerordshire,HealthBehaviourof SchoolChildren,UK Kjartanlafsson,UniversityofAkureyriandEUKidsOnline ClaraSommarin,UNICEFChildProtec2on,NewYork, ViolenceAgainstChildrenSurveys 12. Challenge3:Researchcontexts priori&gt;es,trainingandimpact Chair:JelenaZajeganovicJakovljevic,UNICEFSerbia DorotheaKleine,RoyalHolloway,UK JoeKhalil,NorthwesternUniversity,Qatar SuryaAv,IMRBSocial&amp;RuralResearchIns2tute,India 13. Workinglunch 5thoorOldBuilding 1-2.30pm Lunch+moderatedbreakoutdiscussionstoreview researchorpolicypriori2es (1)Researchdiscussionleader:LeslieHaddon,Rapporteur: GiovannaMascheroni(ChairmansDiningRoom) (2)Policydiscussionleader:DaleRus2n,Rapporteur:John Carr(Room5.11) 14. Challenge4:Mul&gt;stakeholderengagementand researchfunding Chair:MonicaBulger,BerkmanCenterforInternet&amp; Society,HarvardUniversity EijaHeitavuo,UNICEFCorporateSocialResponsibility Sector NatashaJackson,GSMA,UK YvesBoillot,Orange,France 15. Coee/tea+moderateddiscussionsonevalua&gt;onor impactofevidence-basedinterven&gt;ons (3.304.30pm) (1)Evalua2ondiscussionleader:DorotheaKleine, Rapporteur:ClaraSommarin(VeraAnsteyRoom) (2)Impactdiscussionleader:RobinMansell,Rapporteur: EijaHietavuo(OLD.1.28) 16. Challenge5:Implemen&gt;ngevidence-basedpolicy interna&gt;onally:prac&gt;ce,poli&gt;cs,ethics Chair:LelyDjuhari,UNICEFCEE/CISregionaloce RobinMansell,MediaandCommunica2ons,LSE,UK NevineTewk,MinistryofCommunica2ons&amp;Informa2on Technology,Egypt JohnCarr,ECPATInterna2onal 17. Challenge6:Producingarobustyetexiblecross- na&gt;onalresearchtoolkit:learningfromexperience Chair:Cris2naPonte,NewUniversityofLisbonandEUKids Online DeborahFox,KantarInterna2onal GiovannaMascheroni,CatholicUniversityofMilanand NetChildrenGoMobile LucindaPla&gt;,SocialPolicy,LSEandMillenniumCohort Study,UK 18. Reportsfrombreakoutdiscussions Conclusionsandnextsteps SoniaLivingstoneandJasminaByrne </p>

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