Responsible Netism National Cyber Psychology Conference
Responsible Netism 6th National Cyber Psychology Conference 2022

Theme: India Fights Cyber Violence against Women and Children

Date: January 22, 2022 | Online Live Streaming

CYBER is the new weapon today! Cyber Violence is violence in cyber-space that has led to violation of cyber rights of individuals, especially those of children and women. We stand against violation of cyber rights of women and children and strongly believe; it is critical to allow everyone to feel safe online. Netizen’s safety rights must be protected from all kinds of abuse and violence. Setting a mission of ‘Making India Cyber Safe for Children and Women’, Responsible Netism a social purpose organization in association with Cyber Peace Foundation, an award-winning Cyber Security think tank, host its Responsible Netism 6th National Cyber Psychology Conference themed “India Fights Cyber Violence”, scheduled for Saturday, January 22, 2022.

Objectives of the conference:

  • Creating awareness and providing training about online safety protocols among stakeholders working with children and women
  • Training people about reporting mechanisms
  • Creating a strong support system for mental well-being related to online distress
  • Building collective action towards making India cyber safe for women and children


  • Register for the Conference
  • Share the information, asking people to join the campaign
  • Use #IndiaFightsCyberViolence to amplify and promote the campaign across all your social media platforms, tagging Responsible Netism
  • Share success stories of how you coped with cyber violence across all your social media platforms, tagging Responsible Netism
  • Write articles, share Blog Posts
  • Report content aggressively, tagging us

Register for the Roundtables:

Prior to the conference, we wish to host 2 round tables to build momentum and collective action.

  1. 1st Round Table is scheduled on November 22, 2021 from 3 - 5 PM for Non-profits working with Children


  2. 2nd Round Table is scheduled on December 22, 2021 from 3 - 5 PM for Non-profit working with Women

The two roundtables would be chaired by our dignitaries Shri. Priyank Kanoongo - Chairperson NCPCR and Smt. Rekha Sharma - Chairperson NCW respectively. The 2 round tables will focus on educating and training participants about reporting mechanisms so as to strengthen reporting locally and empowering organisations to take immediate collective action. Through the round tables, non-profits would encourage more people to register and participate in the main conference which would be free for all to attend, accommodating 10,000 participants virtually.

Kindly note:

  • The round table is free of charge but requires mandatory registration
  • Only registered participants would receive zoom links of the round table
  • Only one participant can represent an organization per round table, if your organization works with women and children, the same participant can register for both the round tables which requires separate registrations through links given above
  • The zoom links would be shared 2 days prior to the dates of the round tables
  • For any further details, please feel free to call Responsible Netism on 8433701077 or write to us at [email protected]

Main Conf Schedule for 22/01/2022

No Time Topic Speaker
1 10 – 10:30 Inauguration Shri. Satej Patil – Minister I.T. Govt. of Maharashtra
Shri. Vinay Ji Sahasrabuddhe - Member of Parliament of India
Shri. Priyank Kanoongo – Chairperson NCPCR
Shri. Nilesh Kulkarni – Founder Director IISM
Ms. Sonali Patankar - Founder Responsible Netism
Maj. Vineet Kumar – President CyberPeace Foundation
2 10:30 - 10:50 Key note Shri. Priyank Kanoongo – Chairperson NCPCR
3 10:50 – 11:10 Internet Radicalization a global perspective Shri. Satya Narayan Pradhan – Director General Narcotics Control Bureau
4 11:10 – 12:00 Cyber Violence Against Children Ms. Janavi Doshi – Therapist, Ambassador Wilhelm von-Humboldt Foundation
Shri. Rakshit Tondon – Advisory CyberPeace Foundation
Ms. Namrata Joshi – Manager Healing Services at Arpan
Mr. Krishnan VV Regional Director – Palo Alto Networks
Ms. Madhu Sirohi - Head of Policy Programs, Outreach, India at Meta
Moderator – Ms. Sonali Patankar Founder Responsible Netism
5 12:00 – 12:50 Gender based cyber violence Ms. Abhilasha Sood – Ministry of WCD Coordinator, UN Women
Adv. Jai Vaidya – Senior practising Laywer
Smt. Nayana Sahasrabuddhe – Vice President Bharatiya Stree Shakti
Moderator – Unmesh Joshi – Co-Founder Responsible Netism
6 12:50 – 01:30 Panel – The psychology of cyber criminals Dr. Harish Shetty – Sr. Psychiatrist Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital
Prof Dr. Raakesh Kriplani – Sr. Cyber Psychologist
Moderator - Dr. Anuradha Sovani – Former Professor and H o D Psychology SNDT Women’s University
7 01:30 -02:00 LUNCH
8 02:00 – 02:30 Design Influence of the Internet Mr. Sandipan Chattopadhyay – CEO, MD – Xelpmoc Design and Tech
9 02:30 – 03:00 Misinformation Vs Disinformation Shri. Brijesh Singh IPS -ADG of Police Govt. of Maharashtra
10 03:00 – 04:00 Panel - Understanding women and child centric Ms. Ishita Kaul – Programme Analyst at UN Women
Ms. Shireen Vakil – Head Safety Policy for India South Asia at META
Ms. Soumya Vilekar - Co Founder Planet Marathi OTT
Mr. Peter Borges – Chairperson GSCPCR Goa
Adv. Khusboo Jain - Advocate, Bombay High Court, International Legal Alliance
Moderator - Ms. Sonali Patankar - Founder Responsible Netism
11 04:00 – 04:45 Internet Stories of change makers Mr. Amol Mzumdar – Indian Cricketer
Ms. Spruha Joshi – Celebrity Actor
Mr. Yajurvendra Mahajan - Managing Director at Deepstambh Foundation
Ms. Prajakta Koli – Digital creator, YouTuber | Blogger | Actor Influencer
Moderator – Dr. Mukul Joshi- O.D Facilitator, Advisory Responsible Netism
12 04:45 05:00 Collective action for change Shri. Unmesh Joshi Co-Founder Responsible Netism
Shri. Purnendu Singh – Dir. Ops and Strategy CyberPeace Foundation
13 05:00 – 05:30 pm Valedictory Smt. Supriya Sule - Member of Parliament of India of the Lok Sabha
Shri. Sanjay Pande – Director General of Police Maharashtra
Ms. Sonali Patankar – Founder Responsible Netism
Maj. Vineet Kumar – President CyberPeace Foundation
Conference Gallery
Responsible Netism 5th National Cyber Psychology Conference 2021

Theme: Coping With Technology, New Education Policy And New Normal

Date: January 23, 2021 | Online Live Streaming

Objectives of the conference:

  • Conveying opportunities of virtual learning
  • Coping with new challenges of online distress
  • Preparing children and educators to cope with new method, mediums and strategies
  • Learning to safeguard children and themselves in the virtual world

Responsible Netism 4th National Cyber Psychology Conference 2020

Theme: Child Online Protection

Date: January 23-24, 2020 | Pune

Objectives of the conference:

  • To build strong support systems and a network of professionals to handle online distress across the country

Responsible Netism 3rd National Cyber Psychology Conference 2019

Theme: Child Online Protection

January 8, 2019 - Run-up event at Kohapur
January 18, 2019 - Run-up event at Aurangabad
January 23, 2019 - Main event at Mumbai

Objectives of the conference:

  • Mass awareness on online safety across Maharashtra about child online protection
  • Creating a force of trainers and educators on cyber safety

Responsible Netism 2nd National Cyber Psychology Conference 2018

Theme: Building Cyber Hygiene Culture

Date: January 18-19, 2018 | Mumbai

Objectives of the conference:

The conference aims at formulating policies of protection prevention and intervention on Cyber Hygiene within educational institutions and build a network of digital guardians and support systems across the state

Responsible Netism 1st National Cyber Psychology Conference 2017

Theme: Living Life 2.0: Coming together to Interface our Online and Offline Lives

Date: January 20-21, 2017 | Mumbai

Objectives of the conference:

The conference aims at building and bringing together to interface our online and offline lives

Safety Measures
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Concerned about your child's online activities?
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