CcaM's Professor Jochen Peter joined a team of scholars to discuss Online Opportunities for Children with the CORE team (Children Online: Research and Evidence) during their webinar. Online opportunities bring diverse benefits for children, including positive outcomes on learning, participation, creativity, and identity. An important “ladder of opportunities” for children in Europe, digital technologies can activate the potential for social inclusion, equality and children’s rights. Even so, relatively little is understood about how online opportunities generate benefits for children. Opportunities for children have long been theorised, but how should they be rethought in a digital world? In this webinar we will debate the theories and concepts that underpin such questions, drawing on different disciplinary approaches. (Text from: https://core-evidence.eu/core-theories-webinar-online-opportunities-children/)

Speakers: Shakuntala Banaji (LSE), Koen Leurs (Utrecht University), Giovanna Mascheroni (Università Cattolica of Milan), Jochen Peter (University of Amsterdam)

Chair: Sonia Livingstone (LSE)

Discussant: Mariya Stoilova (LSE)

Did you miss it? You can watch the recording here!