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Sunday, December 17 • 14:00 - 17:00
Disruptive Digital Literacies in the Era of Data Governance: Addressing Generation 'Z', with and beyond Education? organized by Council of Europe in association with Savoir*Devenir

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DISRUPTIVE DIGITAL LITERACIES IN THE ERA OF DATA GOVERNANCE:

ADDRESSING ‘GENERATION Z’, WITH AND BEYOND EDUCATION

 

Pre-Event by the Council of Europe in association with Savoir*Devenir

 

CICG Geneva - Centre International de Conférences, Rue de Varembé 17, Geneva

17 December 2017, 14:00-17:00, Salle 4


Rationale

This event examines the future of digital literacies and education with regard to data flows and their impact.  At the forefront are Artificial Intelligence, Learning Analytics and the Internet of Things which makes data governance of critical importance for many actors and sectors in society (labour, health, safety, etc.) as well as for the self-determination of future generations including ‘Milennials’ and the even younger ‘Generation Z’. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is setting the pace for the dynamic exercise and implementation of individual management of personal data, with the right to privacy, to data portability, etc.  

Data governance cannot put the burden only on individual responsibility, it should be shared with governments, institutions and structures. So how do we manage the disruption caused by data flows? What digital literacy do we want? What education do we need to prepare the next generation of learners, workers and citizens? What policies for policy-makers and public sector professionals? How can the private sector and civil society contribute, support and benefit?


Draft Agenda

Opening remarks by Divina Frau-Meigs, Professeur Sorbonne Nouvelle, Présidente Savoir*Devenir

Opening Statements by Frank La Rue, Assistant Director-General Communication and Information, UNESCO & Villano Qiriazi, Head of Education Policy Division, Council of Europe
 

Tour de table on insights, lessons learned and perspectives:

I. HARNESSING BIG DATA FOR EDUCATION: E-STRATEGIES FOR ALL

Moderated by Jasmina Byrne, Senior research, UNICEF Innocenti

Key questions to be addressed: How much control over data? What data portability? Critical Thinking vs Magic Thinking? What platform and media responsibility?

Open discussion with input from:

Carl Gahnberg, Global public Policy, ISOC
Pascale Serrier
, Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés, CNIL (TBC)
Jelena Mocevic
, European Heritage Days 

Respondent: Ruxa Pandea, No Hate Speech and Cooperation, Council of Europe


II. ENABLING YOUNG PEOPLE (‘GEN Z’) IN FORMAL AND INFORMAL EDUCATION: COMPETENCES

Moderated by Villano Qiriazi, Head of Education Policy Division, Council of Europe

Key questions to be addressed: How are young people prepared? Preparedness for e-citizenship?

Open discussion with input from:

Larry Magid, Founder Connect Safely and CBS
Elisabeth Milovidov,
Consultant and Coach on Digital Parenting
Janice Richardson, Senior consultant on children’s rights, education and awareness (Insight)
Stephen Wyber
, Policy and Research Officer, International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Sophie Valais, Analyst, European Audiovisual Observatory

Respondent: Anca Sandescu, Human rights education and minority rights, trainer on hate speech related issues
 

III. SKILLS FOR CITIZENS AND WORKING ADULTS: DIGITAL LIFELONG TRAINING AND BEYOND

Co-moderated by Janice Richardson, Senior consultant on children’s rights, education and awareness (Insight) & Elisabeth Milovidov, Consultant and Coach on Digital Parenting 

Key questions to be addressed: How are citizens skilled and how are these skills updated? What needs, values and competences should be included? How is their agency solicited? How is the capacity to interact/contribute? What level of citizen control/ownership is available to them? How can governments and private sector enable and be enabled?

Open discussion with input from:

Marilia Maciel, Digital Policy Senior Researcher, DiploFoundation
Mathieu Muselet
, Open Badge, la Ligue de l’enseignement    
Yves Mathieu, co-founder, Missions Publiques 

Respondent: Menno Ettema, No Hate Speech and Cooperation, Council of Europe 

 

IV. MAPPING DISRUPTIVE DIGITAL LITERACIES - TOWARDS GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP CONSULTATION AND DIALOGUE

Closing remarks: Divina Frau Meigs, Professeur, Sorbonne Nouvelle, President Savoir*Devenir.  


Session Organizers
LH

Lee Hibbard

Internet governance coordinator, Council of Europe


Sunday December 17, 2017 14:00 - 17:00
Salle 4 Centre International de Conférences Genève (CICG)

Attendees (57)