kid's action
First of two European Policy, Research and Practitioners Forums, conceived as part of the Kid_Actions project to promote a dialogue between policy makers, researchers, teachers, educators and civil society representatives who are committed to ensuring a safer and more effective digital environment for children and young people. Hybrid event

Sala “Luigi Stringa”, FBK Povo

Via Sommarive 18, Povo

The Forum, organized in the context of the KID_ACTIONS project funded by the EU Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020), will bring together key policy makers, researchers, industry partners and practitioners working on securing a safer and more empowering digital environment for children and young people. The event will take a dialogic form in which the project provisional findings and tools aimed to tackle cyberbullying phenomena across European children and adolescents, will be presented. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in interactive sessions during which they will be able to provide input and share best practices that will feed the development of the KID_ACTIONS digital and non-digital solutions, as well as policy recommendations focusing on the multifaceted dimension of cyberbullying.

For a successful First KID_ACTIONS Forum, we aim to engage with youth representatives, policy makers from the European, national and local level, civil society, education experts, and industry representatives. The Forum will thus serve also to better understand the needs of this variety of stakeholders in order to fully reach the potential of the tools and resources that the KID_ACTIONS project will develop.


The Forum will be a hybrid event. If you wish to join online only, get the “Online ticket”, if you wish to join onsite in Povo, please get the “Onsite ticket”.

English will be the working language.

Participants will need Covid-19 Green Pass to attend onsite.

For further information about the agenda and the speakers involved, please check the event page:

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