January 21, 2021

Thirty young people from Gran Canaria will promote democratic cybercitizenship

Thirty students from Gran Canaria will participate until April in a project that will make them agents of democratic cybercitizenship. It is an initiative promoted by the organization Opciónate (Improve your life, improve the world) with the support of the Citizen Participation Unit of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria to promote the social and political involvement of youth with a gender and rights approach .

The project, called Young People for Democratic Cyber ​​Citizenship, is led by students aged 16 to 18 from educational centers in Gran Canaria and is divided into four sections that include experiential education for democratic cyber citizenship, a questionnaire of good and bad practices for obtain a cyber-citizenship passport, the participatory production of an awareness-raising video and a final session to present conclusions.

The training process includes the analysis of digital citizenship, the identification of inappropriate behavior and hate crimes, the review of the digital footprint and identity, the stimulation of positive uses that contribute to eradicating cybercrime and training to improve democratic participation in the online context.


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