Join the consultative meeting “Education about Digital Citizenship in Youth Programmes” – Council of Europe

16 May 2023

The Council of Europe is organising the consultative meeting “Education about Digital Citizenship in Youth Programmes” to be held on 21-22 June 2023 at the European Youth Centre Budapest. All interested candidates must apply by 21 May 2023.

The consultative meeting will bring together experts and practitioners in digital citizenship matters, including youth work and human rights education practitioners, with a view to:

  • develop a common understanding of key concepts and definitions underpinning digital
    citizenship and digital citizenship education
  • share and learn from practices and research on digital citizenship and digital citizenship
  • review the competences that young people need in order to fulfil their human rights and
    participate in democratic life in the digital environment
  • make proposals to consistently integrate and address digital citizenship in the Youth for Democracy programme in the period 2024-2027, particularly in respect to non-
    formal education and youth work, human rights education and youth participation (including participation in decision making concerning Artificial Intelligence and Internet

Everyone intending to take part in the Consultative Meeting is kindly invited to fill in the online pre-registration/Application form available at The Council of Europe secretariat may pre-select and prioritise participants in view of complying with the available financial resources, securing diversity and representation of various stakeholders and areas of expertise as well as geographical representativity of the whole group.

The Council of Europe welcomes applications from all candidates who fulfill the specific profile of the activities, irrespective of gender, disability, marital or parental status, racial, ethnic or social origin, colour, religion, belief or sexual orientation.

Deadline for pre-registration: 21 May 2023, 23:59 CET


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