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Philippe Coen interviendra à la Conférence internationale sur la discrimination numérique et les réseaux sociaux à Barcelone, les 13 et 14 mars 2014, dont vous pouvez retrouver ci-après le programme détaillé.

Lien : http://digitaldiscrimination.eu/international-conference/

PROGRAMME

9.00 – 9.30 Registration

9.30 – 9.45 Welcome

Juan Pedregosa, EU projects director

CEPS Projectes Socials, Barcelona, Spain

9.45 – 10.15 Open the net : « I didn’t mean that, but why can’t I say it? » Legitimation strategies in mediated hate speech and veiled discrimination online.

Gavan Titley, lecturer in social media

National University of Ireland, Maynoooth, Ireland

10.15 – 11.15 New platforms : Interactive research and project experiences.

#Notracist : Mutli-hashtags and ambient race-talk on twitter

Sanjay Sharma, lecturer in sociology and communications

Brunel University, London, UK

#DeleteCyberbullying: EU awareness raising campaign on cyberbullying

Martin Schmalzried, policy officer

COFACE, Belgium

Passive or active? Methodologies & difficulties with research on Facebook.

David Dueñas, lecturer in sociology

Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain

11.15-11.45          Coffee break

11.45 – 13.30        Workshops : mashups with YOUR input.

Workshop 1 (in ENGLISH):

Game Over Hate: Building Better Online Gaming Communities.

David Pinto, activist and co-founder of

Game Over Hate, Belgium / Portugal

Workshop 2 (in ENGLISH and SPANISH)

NEAR: Close to Your Experience, Far From Discrimination; Experimenting activism with real & virtual communities.

Marco de Cave &  Roberta Lulli, activists at

National Youth Work Network Against all Discriminations, Italy

Workshop 3 (in SPANISH):

Young people, Educators, Facebook and Instagram; raising awareness about hidden forms of discrimination on social networks.

Carolina Gaona &  Oscar Martinez Ciuró,

Social media experts & project developers

Trànsit Projectes, Barcelona Spain

13.30 – 15.15 Lunch break (not organized)

Images and voices against discrimination.

A mix of diverse EU groups shares their experiments with training alternatives involving young people and youth practitioners.

15.15-15.30 Youths tackling lgbt and disability issues.

Celine Brandeleer, project developer

Pour la Solidarité, Brussels, Belgium

15.30-15.45 Schools in rural communities reacting with collages and pinterest.

Georgina Cune, project developer

Fundatia PACT, Bucharest, Romania

15.45-16.00 ‘Face to Facebook’: Immigration, integration and breaking the mold.

Laura Bernardi, project developer

CIES, Rome, Italy

16.00-16.15 ‘Me, You, Us and Them’: youths exploring self-identity.

Preeti Dasgupta & Denise Stanley, project developers

Collage Arts, London, United Kingdom

16.15-16.30 Interacting with youths and educators on FB and Instagram.

Gigi Guizzo, ICUD EU project manager (session moderator)

CEPS Projectes Socials, Barcelona, Spain

16.30-17.30 Closing images and voices

Friday

 Deleting discrimination, as easy as a click ?

09.00 Doors open

09.30 – 10.00 Frame one : Digital divides are not just about technology,

they are also a form of hidden discrimination.

Danica Radovanović, analyst in social media & communications

University of Novi Sad / Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities, Serbia

10:00-10:30 Frame two : Education and teenagers on social networks.

Dolors Reig, psychologist & social media expert

El caparazón Barcelona, Spain

10.30 – 11.00        Coffee break

11.00 – 12.15        Activism portal : Fighting for your Fundamental Rights on and off-line.

Yaman Akdeniz, associate professor in law and activist @cyberlaw

Faculty of Law, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey / UK

Fighting cyber hate and discrimination by designing « respect zones » on social networks and internet: the pedagogical vertues of an anti-hate label

Philippe Coen, founder of the Hate Prevention Initiative, France

From « Make me a sandwich! » to « Make it yourself! »: presence and representations of women online

Catarina Correia & Adriana R. Delgado, activists

Rede Portuguesa de Jovens para a Igualdade de Oportunidades entre Mulheres e Homens, Portugal

Alina Ostling, e-democracy expert

European University Institute, Italy / Sweden

12.15 – 13.15        Grassroot feedback : NGO’s experiences and transferable knowledge.

Speed presentations and reactions by ‘front-line’ practitioners.

Associació Candela

El Parlante

Escola EFA

Fundació Esplai

Fundació Pere Tarrés

13.00 – 13.30 Resetting social networks :

possible paths to use the conference outcomes.

David Casacuberta, professor of philosophy of science

Universitat Auntònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

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