CHILDREN'S DIGITAL RIGHTS FORUM
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What was it about?
Digital technologies have reshaped children's lives, resulting in new opportunities and risks to their well-being and rights. The British Embassy in Mexico and C Minds’ Eon Resilience Lab and AI for Good Lab, with the support of the Institute for Democracy and Innovation, created the forum on Children’s Digital Rights.
British and Mexican experts shared recent developments on the matter from the United Kingdom and the international industry so that leaders in Mexico can explore opportunities to promote a safer online environment for children, encouraging the full development of their civil, political, cultural, economic, and social rights.
We are currently working on the corresponding public policy report.
Learnings from the UK
Director of Defend Digital Me
Head of Regulatory Strategy and Regulatory Policy Projects - Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)
Director of the Digital Futures Commission
The Industry's Perspective
Vice President of the National Capacity Building at the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Maria Cristina Capelo
Head of Safety Policy, Latin America at Meta
Overall Lead of GovStack Initiative
Senior Corporate Lawyer in the Cybercrime Combat Unit at Microsoft
Reflections and Recommendations for Mexico
Ana Cecilia Pérez
Co-Founder of Capa 8
Consultant of the Promotion and Protection Area of the OAS' Institute for Children and Teenagers (IIS)
Anahiby Becerril Gil
Executive Coordinator of the Network for Children's Rights in Mexico (REDIM)
Deputy UK Ambassador to Mexico
Senator Josefina Vázquez Mota
President of the Children's and Teenagers' Rights Committee of the Senate
Claudia Del Pozo
Director of C Minds' Eon Resilience Lab