Child Online Protection is an area of grave concern and requires urgent attention and intervention. Children face severe cyber threats online, ranging from online games, cyber-crimes, bullying, exposure to age-inappropriate sexual content, addiction to pornography, sleep deprivation and depression, to name a few.
While children’s ignorance and unmindful internet behavior makes them extremely vulnerable, adults too are ill-equipped to understand the technology and handle online distress. We are committed to making the journey of cyberspace safe for children and seek your strong support. We invite you to join the 4th National CyberPsychology Conference 2020 themed CHILD ONLINE PROTECTION joint initiative of the Ahaan Foundation and Cyber Peace Foundation.


For the past three years, through our national conferences on CyberPsychology, we have mobilized discussions on cyber threats, crimes and safety by providing a platform for educators to hear from and interact with stalwarts from cybersecurity, law enforcement, media houses, mental health and online game development, among others. The conferences aim to build educationists as digital guardians to safeguard children in the digital world.


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


Conference format: The conference will be spread across four days with 2 one day training at Goa and Ahmedabad and its 2-day culmination in Pune.
Dates:
  • Goa - Friday, January 10, 2020, one day training
  • Ahmedabad - Thursday, January 16, 2020 one day training
  • Pune - Thurs and Fri, Jan 23 and 24, 2020-2-day conference

Topics: This conference would serve as a platform to educate and empower educationists with regard to online safety. Most importantly it would build a strong army of cyber caregivers and digital guardians to protect children during online distress.


Types of cyber-crimes against children
  • The need for child online protection
  • Legal interventions and framework to deal with online distress
  • Role and implementation of mental health in cyberspace
  • Formulation of cyber hygiene policies to safeguard children

For the past three years, through our national conferences on CyberPsychology, we have mobilized discussions on cyber threats, crimes against children and their safety by providing a platform to interact with over 100 stalwarts from the field of cybersecurity, law enforcement, media houses, mental health, game development, and the development sector. The conferences aim to build educationists as digital guardians to safeguard children in the digital world. This year we seek your participation and support to make this effort successful.

Aboutth organizers:

Responsible Netism by Ahaan Foundation is a non-profit initiative of the state that educates children and adults about responsible online behaviour and promotes cyber wellness. This initiative has been supported by the Ministry of Education Maharashtra and Maharashtra Cyber since its inception. We have successfully educated over 9.5 lakh children and adults in over 900 educational institutions in Maharashtra. www.responsibenetism.org
Cyber Peace Foundation is an award-winning civil society organization, think tank of cyber security and policy experts with the vision of pioneering Cyber Peace Initiatives to build collective resiliency against cyber-crimes & global threats of cyber warfare. www.cyberpeace.org

CHILD ONLINE PROTECTION ONE- DAY TRAINING IN GOA
RUN UP OF THE 4TH NATIONAL CYBER PSYCHOLOGY CONFERENCE 2020

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

Date : Friday, January 10, 2020, 10 am to 5 pm

Venue : Multipurpose Hall, Sanskurti Bhavan, Patto Centre, Behind K.T.C bus-stand, Patto, Panaji Goa, 403001

Participants: School leaders, child welfare committee members, child protection committee, educationists, mental health experts, law enforcement, members of the child welfare committees, professionals from the community development sector and non-profits working with children.

Topics: This training would serve as a platform to educate and empower child protectionists with regard to online safety. Most importantly it would build a strong army of cyber caregivers and digital guardians to protect children during online distress.

• Types of cyber-crimes against children

• Psychological impacts and Legal implications of online distress

• Training on technical security tips

• Formulation of cyber hygiene practices to safeguard children

Registration: Free but mandatory Registration Closed

We aspire to collectively build a cyber-safe world for our children. Contact:
Mr. Peter Borges - 9923700342
Mr. Unmesh Joshi – 9967051910 – [email protected]


Aboutth organizers:

Responsible Netism by Ahaan Foundation is a non-profit initiative of the state that educates children and adults about responsible online behaviour and promotes cyber wellness. This initiative has been supported by the Ministry of Education Maharashtra and Maharashtra Cyber since its inception. We have successfully educated over 9.5 lakh children and adults in over 900 educational institutions in Maharashtra. www.responsibenetism.org
Cyber Peace Foundation is an award-winning civil society organization, think tank of cyber security and policy experts with the vision of pioneering Cyber Peace Initiatives to build collective resiliency against cyber-crimes & global threats of cyber warfare. www.cyberpeace.org
Run up of 4 th NATIONAL CYBER PSYCHOLOGY CONFERENCE 2020 THEME- CHILD ONLINE PROTECTION JOINTLY ORGANISED BY RESPONSIBLE NETISM AND CYBER PEACE FOUNDATION
DATE: Friday, January 10, 2020
Time: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
VENUE: Multi-purpose Hall, Sankruti Bhavan, Patto Centre, Behind KTC Bus stand, Patto, Panaji Goa - 403001
TIMETOPICCONTENT
09:00 – 09:45 AM Registration and Tea
10:00 - 10:30 AM InaugurationSpeeches by guests
10:30 – 10:45 AM Key Note AddressChild online protection
10:45 - 11:45 AM Cyber-crimes against childrenTypes nature and impacts of cyber- crimes against children
11:45 – 12:45 PM Cyber WellnessInternet addictions, online distress and psychological impacts on children
12:45 – 01:30 PM Understanding cyber lawI.T Act, POCSO, J J Act, legal implications of cyber crimes
01:30 – 02:30 PM LUNCH
02:30 – 03:30 PM Securing devicesParental control, gadget security and hygiene
03:30 – 04:30 PM Building digital guardians The way ahead
04:30 – 05:00 PM Valedictory Closing ceremony and thanks giving
We aspire to collectively build a cyber-safe world for our children.
This conference is Free for educators, school leaders, teachers and representatives of NGOs working with children. Online Registration is Mandatory. Please Click Here to Register! for Conference at PUNE
For more details contact: Mr. Unmesh Joshi – 9967051910 unme[email protected]

Aboutth organizers:

Responsible Netism by Ahaan Foundation is a non-profit initiative of the state that educates children and adults about responsible online behaviour and promotes cyber wellness. This initiative has been supported by the Ministry of Education Maharashtra and Maharashtra Cyber since its inception. We have successfully educated over 9.5 lakh children and adults in over 900 educational institutions in Maharashtra. www.responsibenetism.org
Cyber Peace Foundation is an award-winning civil society organization, think tank of cyber security and policy experts with the vision of pioneering Cyber Peace Initiatives to build collective resiliency against cyber-crimes & global threats of cyber warfare. www.cyberpeace.org
4 th NATIONAL CYBER PSYCHOLOGY CONFERENCE 2020 JOINTLY ORGANISED BY RESPONSIBLE NETISM AND CYBER PEACE FOUNDATION
DATE: January 23 AND 24, 2020
VENUE: Indian Institute of Science Education and Research - IISER, Pashan – Pune
TIMETOPICCONTENT
09:00 – 09:45 AM REGISTRATION AND TEA
10:00 - 10:30 AM InaugurationSpeeches
10:30 – 10:45 AM Key Note AddressBuilding safety nets for children
10:45 - 11:45 AM Cyber Space, its Opportunities What The Future Unfolds
11:45 – 12:45 PM Child Online ProtectionNeed For Intervention
12:45 – 01:30 PM Cyber LawI.T Act, J.J. Act, POCSO related to children
01:30 – 02:30 PM LUNCH
02:30 – 03:30 PM World Of Online GamingPast, Present, Future and its safety
03:30 – 04:45 PM Child Online Grooming Impact Of COG, Remedies, Victimization, Interventions
04:45 – 05:30 PM Edu Tech Innovations Tech Based Innovations, Cyber Hygiene Practices
05:30 – 06:00 PM TEA AND REFRESHMENTS
TIME – JAN 24, 2020TOPICCONTENT
09:00 – 09:45 AM TEA
10:00 - 10:30 AM Social Media Stars
10:30 – 11:45 AM Internet AddictionCauses, Symptoms, Interventions Remedies
11:45 - 01:30 PM Cyber Peace Corps TrainingSecurity Features Of Apps, Social Media and Parental Control
01:30 – 02:30 PM LUNCH
02:30 – 04:00 PM Building Digital GuardianParents And Teachers Forum
4:00 – 4:30 PM Open House & the way aheadQuestions, Suggestions, Comments From The Audience
04:30 – 05:30 PM Valedictory Valedictory Speech, Closure
05:30 – 06:00 PM TEA AND REFRESHMENTS
This conference is the brainchild of team Responsible Netism of Ahaan Foundation along with experts from the fields of Mental Health, Media, Information Technology and Law Enforcement. This event is in association with
  • UNICEF www.unicef.org
  • MSCPCR - Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights www.egov.co.in
  • SCERT - महाराष्ट्र राज्य शैक्षणिक संशोधन आणि प्रशिक्षण परिषद mscert.org.in
  • MAHARASHTRA CYBER