Country perspectives

UNICEF work on ICTs and children’s rights is taking place around the world. Click on the links below to access examples of UNICEF’s engagement in the form of research, multi-stakeholder dialogue, and innovative corporate partnerships, ranging from child online safety to the application of ICTs to improve social services for children.

 

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Africa

A (Private) Public Space: Examining the Use and Impact of Digital and Social Media Among Adolescents in Kenya [PDF]

Connected Dot Com: Young People’s Navigation of Online Risks, Social Media, ICTs & Online Safety [PDF]

From ‘What’s your ASLR’ to ‘Do you Wanna Go Private?’ [PDF]

South African mobile generation: Study on South African young people on mobiles [PDF]


 

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Asia

Indonesia Youth Online: An Explanatory Study of the Indonesian Digital Landscape [PDF]

Child protection in the Digital Age: National responses to online child sexual abuse and exploitation in ASEAN Member State [PDF]

Tackling live stream child abuse in the Philippines

Poll: Asian children at risk of online sexual abuse


 

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Latin America and Caribbean

Costa Rica: Multi-Stakeholder Workshop on Child Online Protection Agenda [PDF]

El Salvador: Multi-Stakeholder Workshop on Child Online Protection Agenda [PDF]

El Salvador: Multi-Stakeholder Workshop on Child Online Protection Media Coverage [PDF]

Regional: Stand Up Mobile campaign to raise awareness about the risks on the internet

Child online protection workshops in Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador

Argentina: Internet segura for social media without risks and discrimination


 

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Middle East and North Africa, and Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CEECIS)

Coming soon