iRights video

The journey of iRights started in 2012 when Baroness Beeban Kidron made the documentary ‘InRealLife’ to explore the lives of teenagers growing up in 24/7 connected world. Early this week CaSMa attended an event to launch the first iRights report and this short clip:

CaSMa, at The University of Nottingham, is now one of the signatories among politicians, parents, teachers, corporations and young people themselves.


The following video showcases the iRights Youth Juries, including the scenario delivery and some of the highlights from the resulting discussions among the participants (ages between 12 and 17 years old).

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