tag:www.cyberpeaceinitiative.org:newsrss Cyberpeace Initiative 2008-03-01T01:01:11+02:00 tag:www.cyberpeaceinitiative.org:Story1 2008-03-01T01:01:11+02:00 2008-03-22T06:36:58+02:00 Safer Internet Day has begun! <p><img src="/files/0000/0152/insafe_medium.jpg" style="float:right;margin:5px;;" alt="" /></p> <p>The count down to Safer Internet Day has begun! In the lead up to the big event on 12th February, organisations and authorities in no less than 50 countries worldwide are caught up in last minute preparations. E-voting is underway with over eight thousand of internauts having selected their winners in the Safer Internet Day competition already. This year’s theme “Life online is what <span class="caps">YOU</span> make of it” has sparked widespread interest from youngsters and adults the world over and guarantee a more exciting blogathon than ever this year, when it kicks off on 12th February for its 24-hour voyage around the world.</p> <p>&#8220;The virtual environment has become an issue of global concern, too&#8221;, the spokesperson of the Insafe network, organiser of Safer Internet Day, recently stated. &#8220;We hope that on Safer Internet Day citizens everywhere will take a moment out to reflect on what we are really making of the online world. Our children and young people spend hours online every day. As responsible citizens, are we confident that they adventure, network and seek information out there in safety? And if not, what are we doing about it?&#8221;</p> <p>Viviane Reding, European Commissioner for Information Society and Media will launch the Safer Internet Day blogathon in Brussels a minute past midnight, with the announcement of the winners in the 2008 competition. To see what leading organisations worldwide are planning to do about this important issue, watch the progress of the blogathon at www.saferinternet.org. Follow it as it travels westward during the day from New Zealand through Australia to Thailand and Korea then through the Middle-East, Europe and South America to wind up in the <span class="caps">USA</span> and Canada. In the week following the blogathon, you can put your own questions to bloggers or simply add your comments.</p> <p>You are also welcome to take part in national events which are published at <a href="#topofpage">www.saferinternet.org</a>.</p> <h4>Further information:</h4> <h6>Insafe, European Schoolnet</h6> <h6>Janice Richardson</h6> <h6>Mail: info-insafe@eun.org</h6> <h6>Tel : +322 790 7577</h6> <p><br></p> <h3>About Insafe</h3> <p>Insafe is the European Safer Internet awareness-raising network co-funded by the European Commission. It comprises national contact centres across the European Union and in Iceland and Norway, with partner organisations in Argentina, Australia and the <span class="caps">USA</span>. Insafe aims at empowering users to benefit from the positive aspects of internet whilst avoiding the potential risks. Further information is available at <a href="#topofpage">www.saferinternet.org</a> or contact <a href="mailto:info-insafe@eun.org">info-insafe@eun.org</a></p> CyberpeaceInitiative.org tag:www.cyberpeaceinitiative.org:Story2 2008-03-01T13:27:24+02:00 2008-03-24T06:12:13+02:00 Youth and Parent Internet Safety Conference <p style="float:left"><img src="/files/0000/0018/smartvillage_small.jpg" style="border:1px solid #000;margin:10px 10px 20px 0px;;" alt="" /></p> <p>The Cyber Peace Initiative of the <a href="#topofpage">Suzanne Mubarak Women&#8217;s International Peace Movement</a> is organizing a Conference on Internet Safety for Children and Youth entitled:</p> <blockquote> <p>&#8220;Young People in the Internet and Mobile Age; Safe and Empowered!&#8221;</p> </blockquote> <p>Cairo, Smart Village Conference Centre 24th – 25th March 2008</p> <ul> <li><strong><a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_agenda/index.html">Conference Agenda</a></strong></li> <li><strong><a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_venue/index.html">Conference Venue</a></strong></li> <li><strong><a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_concept_paper/index.html">About the Conference</a></strong></li> <li><strong><a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_exhibition/index.html">About the Exhibition</a></strong></li> </ul> CyberpeaceInitiative.org tag:www.cyberpeaceinitiative.org:Story4 2008-03-25T09:58:09+02:00 2008-03-25T15:17:33+02:00 Day 1, Plenary 1 <h4><span class="caps">PLEANARY I</span>: RECOGNIZING <span class="caps">OPPORTUNITIES AND AREAS OF CHALLENGE</span></h4> <p>Plenary I will begin with an introduction on the positive impact of ICTs and raise questions about the way young people use the Internet. Potential misuses of new technologies will be discussed by the speakers with a special focus on three areas: (a) Content: How do peers use self-generated content? And how should children deal with such material; (b) Contact: Social networking via the Internet; Learning to deal with each other and to identify potential sources of harm in cyberspace; (c) Commercialism: How is commercial pressure exercised online? What are the risks related to online gaming and addiction?</p> <h6>Moderator: <a href="/page/ismail_serageldin/index.html">DR. <span class="caps">ISMAIL SERAGELDIN</span></a></h6> <h6>Director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt</h6> <h6>Assistant: <span class="caps">TAHA HEGAZY</span>, Net-Aman</h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/stephen_carrick_davies/index.html"><span class="caps">STEPHEN CARRICK</span>-DAVIES</a></h6> <h6><span class="caps">CEO</span>, Childnet International, UK</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/stephen_carrick_davies.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/parry_aftab/index.html">Dr. <span class="caps">PARRY AFTAB</span></a></h6> <h6>Executive Director, <a href="#topofpage">WiredSafety.org</a>, <span class="caps">USA</span></h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/parry_aftab.pptx">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/steve_lewis/index.html"><span class="caps">STEVE LEWIS</span></a></h6> <h6>Training Team Coordinator, Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), UK</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/steve_lewis.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6>Panelist: <a href="/page/pradeep_khosla/index.html">Prof. <span class="caps">PRADEEP KHOSLA</span></a></h6> <h6>Dean, Carnegie Institute of Technology, <span class="caps">USA</span></h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/pradeed_khosla.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <p>Read more: <a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_agenda/index.html">Internet Safety For Youth and Children Conference Agenda</a></p> CyberpeaceInitiative.org tag:www.cyberpeaceinitiative.org:Story5 2008-03-25T15:26:13+02:00 2008-03-25T15:29:33+02:00 Day 1 Plenary 2 <h3><span class="caps">PLENARY II</span>: SHOWCASING <span class="caps">EFFECTIVE RESPONSES</span></h3> <p>Plenary II will host a group of leading experts from around the world who have been invited to share the work they have developed in responding to the risks, the lessons learned and key issues to be considered in securing e-safety in their respective societies. Discussion will focus on models of inter-agency cooperation, good practices in developing a legal response, and the role of governments towards cyber-bullying and cybercrime, as well as how to promote a culture of Internet safety. The panelists will present examples of mechanisms to promote a culture of cyber security, highlight good practices in sharing information across boundaries and protecting youth, and examine the potential of social networking websites in empowering youth.</p> <h6>Moderator: <a href="/page/moushira_khattab/index.html"><span class="caps">AMB</span>. MOUSHIRA <span class="caps">KHATTAB</span></a></h6> <h6>Secretary General, National Council for Childhood and Motherhood, Egypt</h6> <h6>Assistant: <span class="caps">NADA RADY</span>, Net-Aman</h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/jutta_croll/index.html"><span class="caps">JUTTA CROLL</span></a></h6> <h6>Managing Director, Digital Opportunities Foundation, Coordinator, Youth Protection Roundtable, Germany</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/jutta_croll.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/anjan_bose/index.html"><span class="caps">ANJAN BOSE</span></a>,</h6> <h6><span class="caps">ICT</span> Officer, End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography, and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (ECPAT International), Thailand</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/anjan_bose.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/ann_mullin/index.html"><span class="caps">ANN MULLIN</span></a></h6> <h6>Global Head of Content Standards, Vodafone, UK</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/ann_mullin.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6>Panelist: <a href="/page/christine_sund/index.html"><span class="caps">CHRISTINE SUND</span></a></h6> <h6>Cybersecurity Coordinator, <span class="caps">ICT</span> Applications and Cybersecurity Division, <span class="caps">ITU</span>, Switzerland</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/christine_sund.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <p>Read more: <a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_agenda/index.html">Internet Safety For Youth and Children Conference Agenda</a></p> CyberpeaceInitiative.org tag:www.cyberpeaceinitiative.org:Story6 2008-03-25T15:39:46+02:00 2008-03-25T15:41:42+02:00 Day 1 Session I <p><span class="caps">HOW CAN THE EDUCATIONAL SECTOR LIVE UP TO THE CHALLENGE</span>?</p> <p>Session I will provide an overview of the efforts undertaken by the educational sector in different societies to guide children and youth on safe use of the Internet. Lessons learned will be shared for maximum benefits. In addition, panelists will explore the positive power of the Internet to educate parents, and will discuss the best means to integrate e-safety programs into the school curriculum. Panelists will be requested to prioritize two main recommendations for a better-coordinated education strategy in e-safety.</p> <h6>Moderator: <a href="/page/janice_richardson/index.html"><span class="caps">JANICE RICHARDSON</span></a></h6> <h6>Coordinator of the EU Education and Awareness Node&#8217;s Work, Belgium</h6> <h6>Assistant: <span class="caps">MAHMOUD SHALABY</span>, Net-Aman</h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/karl_hopwood/index.html"><span class="caps">KARL HOPWOOD</span></a></h6> <h6>Head Teacher and UK Expert on e-Safety in Schools</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/karl_hopwood.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/reda_abu_serie/index.html">DR. <span class="caps">REDA ABU</span>-SERIE</a></h6> <h6>First Undersecretary for General Education, Ministry of Education, Egypt</h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/martin_cocker/index.html"><span class="caps">MARTIN COCKER</span></a></h6> <h6>Executive Director, The Internet Safety Group (NetSafe), New Zealand</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/martin_cocker.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6>Panelist: <a href="/page/khaled_el_amrawi/index.html"><span class="caps">KHALED</span> El-AMRAWI</a></h6> <h6>General Manager, Egypt, Levant &#38; North Africa, Intel Corporation</h6> <p><br></p> <p>Read more: <a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_agenda/index.html">Internet Safety For Youth and Children Conference Agenda</a></p> CyberpeaceInitiative.org tag:www.cyberpeaceinitiative.org:Story7 2008-03-29T18:38:41+02:00 2008-03-29T18:41:27+02:00 Day 2, Session II <h3><span class="caps">SESSION II</span>: THE <span class="caps">CHANGING FACE OF THE NET</span></h3> <p>This session, which is prepared by the Global Knowledge Partnership (GKP), aims to encourage debates around the complex web of issues, assumptions and trade offs that must be addressed if progress is to be made in improving online safety and security at the personal, national and international levels. The session will also consider the implications of the diversified cultural backgrounds for the development of successful policy and practice, while also building on previous sessions at the recent <span class="caps">GKP</span> event on the future, the Third Global Knowledge Conference (GK3), where key leaders and innovators in the area of cyber safety gathered to discuss the issues.</p> <h6>Moderator: <a href="/page/leila_ben_debba/index.html"><span class="caps">LEILA BEN DEBBA</span></a></h6> <h6>Manager, International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC), <span class="caps">USA</span></h6> <h6>Assistant: <span class="caps">ABDULLAH DIWAN</span>, Net-Aman</h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/alain_mccullough/index.html"><span class="caps">ALAIN MCCULLOUGH</span></a></h6> <h6>President, Child Safety Research &#38; Innovation Centre, Canada</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/alain_mccullough.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/vladimir_radunovi/index.html"><span class="caps">VLADIMIR RADUNOVI</span></a></h6> <h6>Programme Coordinator, DiploFoundaion, Malta</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/vladimir_radunovic.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6>Panelist: <a href="/page/karim_ramadan/index.html"><span class="caps">KARIM RAMADAN</span></a></h6> <h6>General Manager, Microsoft Egypt</h6> <p><br></p> <h4>Knowledge Partner:</h4> <p><a href="#topofpage"><img src="/files/0000/0187/gkp_logo_small.gif" style="margin-bottom:5px;;" alt="" /></a></p> <p><a href="#topofpage">Global Knowledge Partnership</a></p> <p><br></p> <p>Read more: <a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_agenda/index.html">Internet Safety For Youth and Children Conference Agenda</a></p> CyberpeaceInitiative.org tag:www.cyberpeaceinitiative.org:Story8 2008-03-29T18:47:12+02:00 2008-03-29T18:54:06+02:00 Day 2, Session III <h4><span class="caps">SESSION III</span>: FEEDBACK <span class="caps">FROM THE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY COMMUNITY</span></h4> <p>Many companies around the world have undertaken important strides to address child online safety issues. Session <span class="caps">III</span> will hear from industry players on what solutions they have made, and they will be asked to prioritize two key recommendations for a coordinated industry safeguarding strategy. Panelists will address good practice guidance for companies running interactive services and will explore the role of industry in supporting child-safety education efforts.</p> <h6>Moderator: <a href="/page/adel_danish/index.html">DR. <span class="caps">ADEL DANISH</span></a></h6> <h6>Chairman &#38; <span class="caps">CEO</span>, Exceed, Egypt</h6> <h6>Assistant: <span class="caps">AHMED RASHAD</span>, Net-Aman</h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/laurent_masson/index.html"><span class="caps">LAURENT MASSON</span></a></h6> <h6>Director, Department of Legal and Corporate Affairs, Microsoft</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/laurent_masson.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/peter_robbins/index.html"><span class="caps">PETER ROBBINS</span></a></h6> <h6>Internet Watch Foundation, UK</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/peter_robbins.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_mpg.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/peter_robbins_video.mpg">download video</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/wadih_zaatar/index.html"><span class="caps">WADIH ZAATAR</span></a></h6> <h6>Technical Manager, Cisco Systems, Lebanon</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/wagih_zaatar.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6>Moderator: <a href="/page/karim_beshara/index.html"><span class="caps">KARIM BESHARA</span></a>,</h6> <h6><span class="caps">CEO</span>, LINKdotNET, Egypt</h6> <p><br></p> <p>Read more: <a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_agenda/index.html">Internet Safety For Youth and Children Conference Agenda</a></p> CyberpeaceInitiative.org tag:www.cyberpeaceinitiative.org:Story9 2008-03-29T19:06:54+02:00 2008-03-29T19:07:40+02:00 Day 2, Session IV <h4><span class="caps">SESSION IV</span>: THE <span class="caps">SIGNIFICANT ROLE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT BODIES</span></h4> <p>Developing effective regulation and police responses is crucial if society is to protect youth on the Internet. Session IV will bring together representatives from regulatory bodies and law enforcement. Panelists will prioritize the two key recommendations they deem crucial for a coordinated regulatory and police response.</p> <h6>Moderator: <a href="/page/sherif_hashem/index.html">DR. <span class="caps">SHERIF HASHEM</span></a></h6> <h6>Vice President, Information Technology Industry Development Agency, Egypt</h6> <h6>Assistant: <span class="caps">AHMED RAGAB</span>, Net-Aman</h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/ehab_el_sonbaty/index.html"><span class="caps">EHAB</span> El-SONBATY</a></h6> <h6>Senior Judge, Damanhour Court, Egypt</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/ehab_el_sonbaty.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/howard_schmidt/index.html"><span class="caps">HOWARD SCHMIDT</span></a></h6> <h6>President &#38; <span class="caps">CEO</span>, R&#38;H Security Consulting</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/howard_schmidt.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/vittorio_bertola/index.html"><span class="caps">VITTORIO BERTOLA</span></a></h6> <h6>Coordinator, Dynamic Coalition on &#8220;Internet Bill of Rights&#8221;, Italy</h6> <p><br></p> <h6><a href="/page/henrik_kaspersen/index.html">Prof. <span class="caps">HENRIK KASPERSEN</span></a></h6> <h6>Head, Computer Law Institute, Amsterdam University</h6> <h6><img src="/images/icon_ppt.gif" alt="" /> <a href="/download/henrik_kaspersen.ppt">download presentation</a></h6> <p><br></p> <p>Read more: <a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_agenda/index.html">Internet Safety For Youth and Children Conference Agenda</a></p> CyberpeaceInitiative.org tag:www.cyberpeaceinitiative.org:Story10 2008-03-29T19:22:24+02:00 2008-03-29T19:41:48+02:00 Sessions Briefing <p>Briefing of all plenaries and sessions of the &#8220;Internet Safety for Youth and Children&#8221; conference</p> <p><br></p> <h3>Day I, Monday 24th March, 2008</h3> <h4><span class="caps">PLEANARY I</span>: RECOGNIZING <span class="caps">OPPORTUNITIES AND AREAS OF CHALLENGE</span></h4> <p>The moderator has made brief remarks on how we can benefit form the Internet, and at the same time be protected against any potential harms, outlining the areas of opportunities and those of challenge in terms how far young people are safe on the Internet.</p> <p>A representative of Net-Aman has expressed some of the positive, as well as the negative, aspects of the Internet as far as Egyptian young people are concerned. Presentations have explained the potential means through which young people might be vulnerable: (a) Content: how do peers use self-generated content? And how should children deal with such material; (b) Contact: Social networking via the internet; learning to deal with each other and to identify potential sources of harm in cyber space; (c) Commercialism: How is commercial pressure exercised on line? And risks related to online gaming and addiction. The plenary stressed that the community should be further educated on the benefits and opportunities of the internet, in addition to highlighting the areas of challenge, and that parents should have a bigger role by engaging in a fruitful dialogue with their children.</p> <p><br></p> <h4><span class="caps">PLENARY II</span>: SHOWCASING <span class="caps">EFFECTIVE RESPONSES</span></h4> <p>The moderator has highlighted that there could be a number of ways to reduce the impact of any abuse of the Internet, and that all stakeholders are encouraged to share their ideas on how to promote Internet safety for young people and children. A representative of Net-Aman has shared the thoughts of young people on what they expect from different stakeholders in promoting the safety of family on the Internet. A group of leading experts from around the world have been invited to share the work they have developed in responding to the risks, the lessons learned and key issues to be considered in securing Internet safety in their respective societies. The plenary has also included a number of suggestions on how to promote the culture of Internet safety, and encouraged the increased embracement of the culture of self-regulation.</p> <p><br></p> <h4><span class="caps">SESSION I</span>: HOW <span class="caps">CAN THE EDUCATIONAL SECTOR LIVE UP TO THE CHALLENGE</span>?</h4> <p>The moderator has stressed the role of the educational sector in promoting internet safety among young people. A representative of Net-Aman has commented on the role of schools, indicating that young people welcome receiving further education on Internet safety. Presentations included an overview of the efforts done by the educational sector in different societies to guide children and youth on the safe use of the Internet. Presenters have shared both the success stories they have achieved and the areas of challenge they have faced when working on the promotion of Internet safety among young people and parents in the educational sector. The session has also considered the possible means to integrate Internet safety programs into the school curriculum.</p> <p><br></p> <h3>Day II, Tuesday 25th March, 2008</h3> <p><br></p> <h4><span class="caps">SESSION II</span>: THE <span class="caps">CHANGING FACE OF THE NET</span></h4> <p>The moderator introduced the session by touching upon some of the most recent services provided through the Internet, wondering how young people can benefit from &#8211; and be protected against – such services.</p> <p>A representative from Net-Aman has reflected on how Egyptian young people are reacting to the new services provided through the Internet, and how such services can make a change in the life and behavior of young people. Presenters have discussed the complexities of new features of the Internet, the integration of services, and the impact of such advancements on young people. The presentations of this session have also considered the implications of the diversified cultural backgrounds for the development of successful policy and practice.</p> <p><br></p> <h4><span class="caps">SESSION III</span>: FEEDBACK <span class="caps">FROM THE ICT COMMUNITY</span></h4> <p>The moderator has highlighted that the business sector should be responding as a major stakeholder to the ongoing debate on how to promote Internet safety. A representative from Net-Aman has indicated that the business sector can have a major role in protecting young people on the Internet.</p> <p>Presenters have shared the efforts exerted by their institutions on the important strides to address the child online safety issues. They have also shared their thought on what could be the solutions to maximize the role of Industry in promoting Internet safety.</p> <p><br></p> <h4><span class="caps">SESSION IV</span>: THE <span class="caps">SIGNIFICANT ROLE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT BODIES</span></h4> <p>The moderator has set out the context by identifying the role that law enforcement bodies should have in protecting and regulating the IC sector. A representative of Net-Aman has raised some questions on how the Egyptian legislation system could be amended to respond to the various types of cyber crimes. Presenters have shared their views on how effective regulation and police responses could be developed to if the society is to protect youth and young people on the Internet.</p> <p><br></p> <h4><span class="caps">SESSION V</span>: VOICE <span class="caps">OF THE YOUTH</span>: &#8220;YOUTH <span class="caps">SPEAK</span>, WE <span class="caps">LISTEN</span>&#8221;</h4> <p>In this session, Net-Aman has presented the findings of a survey they have been conducting among Egyptian young people and children. The purpose of the study was to define the trends and gauge the level of safety that young people and children have.</p> <p>Net-Aman has called on all young Egyptians to join the network of the focus group (<a href="mailto:netamaninfo@cyberpeaceinitiative.org">netamaninfo@cyberpeaceinitiative.org</a>), and engage in the activities that the group.</p> <p>The session has also included interviews with teenagers who are not members of Net-Aman, and they have expressed their views and thoughts on how young people and children should be protected in the Internet.</p> <p>The session was concluded by remarks from representative of the Egyptian Parents Internet Safety Focus Group. They have called upon all Egyptian parents to join the group (parentsinfo@cyberpeaceinitiative.org), and engage in a positive dialogue with young people on how they use the Internet.</p> <p><br></p> <h4><span class="caps">CLOSURE</span>:</h4> <p>The closing session wrapped up the discussions that have taken place in the conference plenaries and sessions, pointing out the main topics raised, and the role of each stakeholder. The session was closed by sharing some of the recommendations that presenters and panelists have made during their participation.</p> <p><br></p> <p>Read more: <a href="/page/internet_safety_conference_agenda/index.html">Internet Safety For Youth and Children Conference Agenda</a></p> CyberpeaceInitiative.org