The research project seeks to comprehensively examine the multifaceted relationship between children and the digital world, considering the educational, social, and psychological implications of children's digital experiences. Their goal is to conduct critical and practical research and thus provide an evidence base for advocacy. Furthermore they seek to exchange ideas between scholars and policymakers to ensure that children's rights are central in decision-making processes ensure the amplification of children's voices.
The projects goals are framed by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child’s General comment No. 25 on children’s rights in relation to the digital environment - the authoritative statement in international law of how the UNCRC should be implemented by states worldwide in relation to all things digital.
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