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Parent Zone organises regular events for professional who work with families, children and young people.
These offer an opportunity to share ideas with others and hear from internet safety and parenting professionals.
Delegates leave with a fresh perspective, new contacts and lots of practical ideas about how to help families raise digitally savvy children.
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Find out about what's coming up and discover our past events below.
DIGITAL FAMILIES 2017
Digital Resilience: Supporting Families, Empowering Young People
When: Thursday 12 October 2017
Where: the Business Design Centre, London
CEOP and Parent Zone are delighted to be working together to deliver their first national conference.
With experts from a range of disciplines, the event will explore new and emerging risks that can affect children and young people in the digital age, the latest research into what works, and effective responses for parents and carers.
Timed to coincide with the release of Parent Zone's original research by Rachel Rosen, this half-day event offered new insights into the relationship between the internet and young people's mental health. It was attended by mental health professionals and people who work with children, together with specialist panels of experts and young people.
Digital Families 2015 brought together our most important findings on parenting, digital resilience and internet safety from a year’s worth of working on our innovative and exciting projects. With expert speakers, panels and workshops from a range of leading lights in their field.
Our first Digital Families conference saw parenting professionals and technology experts come together to discuss how best to help families make the most from the digital world. Representatives from industry including Vodafone, Virgin and Microsoft mixed with teachers, social workers and academics to exchange ideas and hear the latest research on building children's online resilience commissioned by Parent Zone, and undertaken by Dr Andrew Przybylski and the Oxford Internet Institute.