Online Community Engagement
Live Session | Partos Innovation Festival
The countdown has begun! On October 8th 2021, Partos organises the 8th edition of the annual Innovation Festival, a virtual event to jointly celebrate innovation within development cooperation. One of the sessions will take place live at Pakhuis de Zwijger. Join us on location to dive into the topic of Online Community Engagement. Due to COVID restrictions regarding in-person events, you’ll have to register seperately to attend this session.
Facilitated by RNW Media | Digital Communities for Social Change
The Global Village
We are living in a digital era. A global village in which boundaries between online and offline spaces have become blurred. In some settings, offline possibilities are limited and young people look for alternative spaces, online, to find reliable information on topics of their importance. The task at hand is to create safe online spaces – inclusive virtual environments where youth can engange in conversations about what matters to them, form an indepent opinion and lead the process of positive change in society. How can we build digital communities that offer reliable information, foster voice-diversity, encourage participation, and are inviting to marginalized groups, while reducing the negative impact of such online adversities?
Digital human rights
Online spaces have the potential to break down the boundaries of communication, unite diverse voices together and connect multiple viewpoints. But at times they can pose challenges to human rights. From online censorship, disinformation or bullying to internet shutdowns and content takedowns, every day the digital rights of young users are being challenged. So how can we build digital communities that offer reliable information, foster diverse voices, encourage participation, and are inviting to marginalized groups, while reducing the negative impact of such online adversities? And how can we keep up with the reality of a fast-changing online environment while constantly adapting our strategies to the needs and aspirations of young people?
Digital communities for social change
RNW Media has vast experience in building digital communities for social change. They take pride and confidence in years of working with their teams around the world to design innovative methods of building online accessible, safe and inclusive communities. It’s a process of continuous learning and improvement, to listen to the needs of global youth, respect the aspirations of young generations in all diversity, and adapt strategies to encourage participation and create optimum engagement.
Join us at this session at Pakhuis de Zwijger
Due to COVID restrictions regarding in-person events, you’ll have to register separately to attend this live workshop and be able to present a COVID access pass.