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Conference: Towards a healthy digital ecosystem

When? 28 November 2017, 2pm – 7pm

Where? Royal Library of Belgium, Boulevard de l’Empereur 4, Brussels

›› Register here ‹‹
About the Conference:

Digital technology is increasingly pervasive in everyday life, raising questions about the role of technology in business, politics and everyday life. Its implications for the healthy development of children and young people have to be assessed.

Europe needs citizens with motivation, tolerance, creativity, empathy and common sense – competencies that must be developed from an early age as a result of interactions between humans.

AGENDA

13.00
Registration
Hot drinks, fruit juice and snacks

14.00
Welcome address
Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Michaela Glöckler, President ELIANT

14.10
Panel
Moderator: Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Michaela Glöckler, President ELIANT

Martine Reicherts, Director-General for Education and Culture
Thomas Fuchs, Prof. Dr. med. Dr. phil., University Clinic Heidelberg

16.30

Break
Hot drinks, fruit juice and snacks

16.45

Panel
Moderator: Shanti George, Learning for Well Being

Edwin Hübner, Free University Stuttgart
Joan Almon, Alliance for Childhood
Georg Soldner, Deputy Head of the Medical Section at the Goetheanum;
Representative of the EU Commission (tbc);
Franz Glaw, Free Waldorf Schools, Germany

18.15

Closing Address

18.45

Networking Dinner

About us:

ELIANT is an alliance of 10 European associations of applied anthroposophy set up in 2006 to make a civic contribution towards improving quality of life and cultural diversity in Europe. The main focus of their work is the question of how to make human rights practical and how to bring a sense of human dignity, individual freedom, equality and solidarity into everyday life.

Inspired by the European Citizens’ Initiative before it became operational, ELIANT was the first organisation to successfully collect over 1 million signatures calling for a greater variety and availability of choices in Europe.

This Conference is organised by ELIANT, with the support of ECAS.


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  • ECSWE Newsletter 51, May 2018

    In this volume:
    • - The ELIANT Petition for age-appropriate media education;
    • - A Parliament resolution calling for educational choice;
    • - News from the ET2020 Working Group Schools;
    • - Reports of the last two Council meetings in Dornach and Cracow;
    • - Domestic reports: from Italy and the Netherlands;
    • - An update on the WOW-Day 2017;
     
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