Guidelines for policy-makers on Child Online Protection

: 2020

Autor(es):
Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones
Editor: ITU 2020Descripción: 64 págTipo de contenido: texto
Tipo de medio: informático
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
ISBN: 978-92-61-30451-5 (Electronic version); 978-92-61-30111-8 (EPUB version); 978-92-61-30461-4 (Mobi version)Tema(s): Sociedad de la información | protection of children | child online protection | children onlineRecursos en línea: Acceso a la publicación Resumen: To reduce the risks of the digital world while enabling more children and young people to reap its benefits, governments, civil society, local communities, international organizations and industry must come together in common purpose. Policy-makers in particular are needed in order to achieve an international goal to keep children safe online. The scope of child online protection extends to any harm that children are exposed to online, covering a broad range of risks that threaten the safety and wellbeing of children. It is a complex challenge that must be approached from multiple angles, including legislation, governance, education, policy and society. The purpose of these guidelines is to offer policy-makers in ITU Member States a user-friendly and flexible framework to understand and act upon their legal obligation to provide for the protection of children in both the real, physical and virtual worlds.
Lista(s) en las que aparece este ítem: Nº 6. Novedades - Junio 2020 | Menores
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To reduce the risks of the digital world while enabling more children and young people to reap its benefits, governments, civil society, local communities, international organizations and industry must come together in common purpose. Policy-makers in particular are needed in order to achieve an international goal to keep children safe online.
The scope of child online protection extends to any harm that children are exposed to online, covering a broad range of risks that threaten the safety and wellbeing of children. It is a complex challenge that must be approached from multiple angles, including legislation, governance, education, policy and society.
The purpose of these guidelines is to offer policy-makers in ITU Member States a user-friendly and flexible framework to understand and act upon their legal obligation to provide for the protection of children in both the real, physical and virtual worlds.

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