Welcome to the second of our invited speakers sessions. Today our speaker is Elda Moreno, Head of the Children’s Rights and Sport Values Department, The Council of Europe. Elda shares with us her presentation titled 'Children's Rights: the key to a future-proof Europe'.
It would be reasonable to expect the evolution of technology to be in human's best interest. The fact is that we are entering the era of Artificial Intelligence without even realising its impact in our lives, our rights, our dignity. We all have a huge role to play to make sure that algorithms do not replace conscience, and that science and technology serve first and foremost our very essence: our dignity. And this starts by protecting the child’s dignity, everywhere, at all times.
Elda helps us explore the balancing act of embracing technology and online networking and activities while also protecting the dignity and rights of children and young adults in an era of rapid online change.
|16:00||Welcome to ADEE 2021
Prof Ilze Akota ADEE President
Prof Agnès Bloch-Zupan Chair of the ADEE Strasbourg Local Organising Committee
|16:10||The Council of Europe shares with us her thoughts on Children's Rights: the key to a future-proof Europe
Elda Moreno Head of the Children’s Rights and Sport Values Department
|17:00||Questions & Answer session|
|17:15||Coming up at ADEE 2021 Prof Pål Barkvol|
Participation in the session will enable delegates to:
- Understand the role played by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and its impact within educational settings
- Evaluate the changing online environment and its impact on the rights of the child and how this applies and impacts upon approaches in an educational setting
- Develop an appreciation of individual responsibility for creating the conditions for children to develop to their full potential
Abstracts are not invited for this session.