This Tuesday, April 18, the first videoconference was held between the different local representatives of the Network Connected to the South (CaS). After the presentations and to describe the objectives of CaS, the proposal was to debate about the different conceptions in Latin America regarding “Digital Citizenship”.
We also announced the third symposium of the network, to be held on January 15 and 16, 2018 in the city of San José, Costa Rica, and will be co-organized by the School of Collective Communication Sciences at the University of Cozta Rica, the Berkman Klein Center for the Internet and Society and UNICEF, with the support of the Institute of Communication and Image (Chile) and the NGO Faro Digital (Argentina).
participants of the call: Sandra Cortesi from the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society (USA); Lionel Brossi and Andrea Valdivia, from the Institute of Communication and Image (University of Chile); Daniel Calarco of International Youth Watch (Brazil); Eddie Ávila from Rising Voices (Bolivia); Andres Lombana from the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society (representing Colombia); Ezequiel Passeron from Faro Digital (Argentina) and Lorna Chacón from the School of Sciences of the Collective Communication, UCR, (Costa Rica). Martin Rebour of Plan Ceibal (Uruguay) and Mariel Garcia de Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society (representing Mexico) are also part of the group of representatives of their respective countries.
It should be noted that each local Representative has volunteered to participate in the Network. For those interested in collaborating and representing their country, the call is open :), you only need to contact us at conectadosalsur at cyber.law.harvard.edu
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