Join us for a series of panel sessions on Digital Transformation

September 2, 2022

Digital transformation has become a big part of our lives. Panel sessions on Participatory and Inclusive Digital Transformation bring together experts from European youth field, policy making, research and private sector to discuss what digital transformation in this context means, what kind of competencies are necessary to adapt, what are the opportunities and challenges, how to be a leader instead of a follower, how to connect with young people in this changing reality. 

The series includes 6 panel sessions (1,5h per session):

  1. Understanding Digital Transformation, 27 September 2022, 13:00 CEST
  2. Digital Inclusion and Participation, 8 November 2022 13:00 CET
  3. Digital Sustainability, 29 November 2022 13:00 CET
  4. Accessibility and Infrastructure, 31 January 2023 13:00 CET
  5. Ethics & Digital rights, 07 March 2023 13:00 CET
  6. Emerging technologies and innovation, 28 March 2023, 13:00 CEST

All panels will be on Facebook live + YouTube live. 

Follow the social media channels for more information and to get to know our panelists.

Authors

Participation Pool | Resources on Youth Participation & Media Literacy
SALTO Participation & Information

SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre (SALTO PI) develops strategic and innovative action to encourage youth participation in democratic life.

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SALTO Inclusion and Diversity

The SALTO Inclusion & Diversity Resource Centre provides resources (training tools, publications, information, and more) for persons and agencies supporting young people with fewer opportunities (Inclusion workers, youth workers, social workers, National Agencies & Coordinators). By offering opportunities for training, exchange and reflection on inclusion practice and diversity management, SALTO Inclusion & Diversity works towards the visibility, accessibility and transparency of its inclusion & diversity work and resources, and towards making 'inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities' and 'positive diversity management' a widely supported priority.