To embed children’s best interests in the design and development of digital products and services, we map existing and emerging rights-based and value-sensitive guidance. Combined with consultations with children, industry and other relevant actors, and tested through industry case studies, the outcome will be practical child rights-respecting guidance for digital innovators.
by Sonia Livingstone After its formal adoption by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child on 4th February, General Comment 25 was launched »
By Sonia Livingstone Both policymakers and businesses operating in the digital environment surely wish to respect children’s rights and support children’s wellbeing. But what rights »
By Sonia Livingstone & Kruakae Pothong Children and young people are increasingly claiming the digital space as their own even though digital infrastructures are rarely »
The Digital Futures Commission is working to put children’s interests at the centre of the design of the digital world. That’s our mission. But what »
What’s the best way to anticipate the impacts of digital decision-making on children and young people? The Digital Futures Commission is exploring the feasibility of »
By Al Mik On Tuesday, 9 February 2021, we celebrate Safer Internet Day along with many stakeholders worldwide, taking action to make the internet a safer and »