BIK Youth Panel 2018
- BIK Team
The 10th edition of the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) Youth Panel is drawing closer! This year, our panel of European youth representatives will host a deep-dive session during Safer Internet Forum (SIF) 2018, which will take place on Tuesday, 20 November 2018 in Brussels, Belgium.
This year, 18 youth panellists from 15 European countries have been selected to represent their peers and share their perspectives on how to foster a better internet for children and young people. As usual, the main aim of the BIK Youth programme is to prepare these young people to be active participants in the Safer Internet Forum (SIF), which this year will focus on "The impact of technology on children, young people and society".
The BIK youth panellists will have the opportunity to take the floor to deliver an interactive deep-dive session during SIF. They have already started to follow a series of online meetings to exchange their views on online safety and media literacy, and to discuss their ideas for the upcoming event.
This preliminary work will lead up to a full-day workshop at the Google office in Brussels on Monday, 19 November 2018. The panellists will then be able to finalise their project in anticipation of their intervention at SIF the following day.
Would you like to find out more about the BIK Youth Panel 2018? Keep checking the BIK Youth minisite in the coming weeks! And don't miss your chance participate in the youth panellists' deep-dive session on Tuesday, 20 November 2018 in Brussels, by registering for SIF. You can also stay tuned for updates on BIK Youth activities on Twitter using #BIKYouth.
- BIK Team
On Thursday, 21 November 2019, the Safer Internet Forum (SIF) took place in Brussels, Belgium, with a theme of "From online violence to digital respect". During this day of debates, exchanges and discussions, a plenary session was led by the young people of the BIK Youth Panel 2019.
- BIK Youth Panellists
Last year's BIK Youth Panel passed really quickly, so we went back and asked our fantastic youth panellists to share a few thoughts about their time in Brussels. What have they learned, what did they enjoy most and more importantly, what will they do to continue their work to create a better online world for their peers?