The European Commission’s targeted consultation on a digital euro ended on the 16th of June and while the future of our common currency may seem far remote from the concerns of civil society, the stakes are much higher than one might suspect. COFACE-Families Europe answered the consultation underlining the importance of treating money as a public good, and especially, as a vital instrument for citizens to be able to transact freely.
Combining innovative methodological tools to approach digital transformations in leisure among children and young people
There is a lot of discussion in the common discourse revolving around fears that digital technologies are harming children’s wellbeing. Digigen’s latest working paper presents an innovative multimodal approach to investigating how digital transformation affects children and young people’s free time.
One of the focus areas of the DigiGen project aims to address the following question: What are the socio-economic, gendered, and political culture-related issues influencing the digital political engagement of young people? This report offers insights and comparative analysis of the stories young people produced during the digital storytelling workshops in the three countries.