Theme: India Fights Cyber Violence against Women and Children
Date: January 22, 2022 | Online Live Streaming
CYBER is the new weapon today! Cyber Violence is violence in cyber-space that has led to violation of cyber rights of individuals, especially those of children and women. We stand against violation of cyber rights of women and children and strongly believe; it is critical to allow everyone to feel safe online. Netizen’s safety rights must be protected from all kinds of abuse and violence. Setting a mission of ‘Making India Cyber Safe for Children and Women’, Responsible Netism a social purpose organization in association with Cyber Peace Foundation, an award-winning Cyber Security think tank, hosted its Responsible Netism 6th National Cyber Psychology Conference themed “India Fights Cyber Violence”, on Saturday,
January 22, 2022.
Objectives of the conference:
Creating awareness and providing training about online safety protocols among stakeholders working with children and women
Training people about reporting mechanisms
Creating a strong support system for mental well-being related to online distress
Building collective action towards making India cyber safe for women and children
Prior to the conference, we wish to host 2 round tables to build momentum and collective action.
The 1st Round Table was scheduled on November 22, 2021 for Non-profits working with children
1st Round Table is scheduled on November 22, 2021 from 3 - 5 PM for Nonprofits working with women
The two roundtables were chaired by our dignitaries Shri. Priyank Kanoongo - Chairperson NCPCR and Smt. Rekha Sharma - Chairperson NCW respectively. The 2 round tables focused on educating and training participants about reporting mechanisms so as to strengthen reporting locally and empower organisations to take immediate collective action.