COFACE Families Europe and its German member Arbeitsgemeinschaft der deutschen Familien organisationen (AGF) jointly held a conference on ‘The impact of digitalisation on 21st century families’ in Berlin on 7-8 November with the hashtag #digitalfamiliesEU
Our aim was to lead the way in launching a European debate on the social impact of digitalisation to reflect the rapid digital changes impacting families. We gathered experts to examine how new ways of working and consuming are impacting family relations and how people can strategically prepare for the future. We also examined both national and EU policies and discussed how they could apply to 21st century trends.
Please refer to our policy briefs as a record of the key points at the event.
- Smart work: can digitalisation reconcile work and family life?
- Connected children: vulnerable users or digital experts?
- Big Data: Threat or Opportunity?
- Digital Literacy: an essential skill for the new world of work?
- The Digital Economy: the future of work is now
- 21st century social services: promoting human rights or nourishing dependency?
Digital Solutions in Healthcare: User Experiences in Accessing and Adopting Supportive Technologies (Dr. Sara Simblett, Research Associate, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IOPPN), King’s College London, UK
General: The impact of digitalisation on 21st century families, 7-8 Nov, Berlin
Video workshop 1: Smart work: Can digitalisation help reconcile work and family life?
Video workshop 2: Digital literacy: an essential skill for the new world of work?
Video workshop 3: Future of work: the pros and cons of a digital economy
Video workshop 4: 21st century social services: promoting human rights or nourishing dependency?
Video workshop 5: Connected children: vulnerable users or digital experts?
Video workshop 6: Big data: threat or opportunity?