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Wednesday, August 21 • 15:15 - 16:15
Facing cyber grooming and gaming disorder with media competence skills

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The government says that the protection of minors stops at the doorstep because from then on the parents or legal guardians are responsible. They are also at the centre of the discussion because media competence is decisive for dealing with online offerings in a healthy way and to recognise possible dangers early on. But who teaches this media competence, what programmes and initiatives are there, and which possibilities for concealing one’s identity have not yet been exhausted?

Speakers
avatar for Kira Marleen Carstens

Kira Marleen Carstens

Student Assistant, JUUUPORT e.V.
Even as a teenager, through my voluntary commitment to my church community, I noticed how much fun it is working with people. That's why I chose to do my A levels with the focus on social education, which I completed in 2016. Further experience in pedagogical practice also strengthened... Read More →
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Antje vom Berg

Consultant klicksafe, The Media Authority of North Rhine-Westphalia
Antje vom Berg is a manager for media competence with the Media Authority of North Rhine-Westphalia. There she is responsible for projects such as the mobile phone sector or Internet-ABC NRW. The offerings pursue the goal of helping people to use digital media fairly and autonomously... Read More →
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Fabian Pforte

JUUUPORT-Scout, JUUUPORT
Since August 2017 Fabian has been working as a scout at JUUUPORT.de on a voluntary basis. He helps other young people who have problems on the Internet, for example with cyberbullying, sexting or WhatsApp stress, and advises them online. His personal area of expertise is gaming. In... Read More →
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Thomas Schmidt

CEO, Helliwood media & education
Thomas Schmidt, a media and competence expert from Berlin, has been developing education initiatives and programmes in the thematic area of of digital media with Helliwood for more than twenty years. He brings together education and media and perceives himself as a proactive member... Read More →
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Elisabeth Secker

Managing Director, Entertainment Software Self-Regulation Body (USK)
Elisabeth Secker joined the Entertainment Software Self-Regulation Body (USK) as Managing Director in January 2018. Due to her prior function as Deputy Head of the Division Protection of Minors at the jointmanagement office of the German media authorities in Berlin, she gained extensive... Read More →


Wednesday August 21, 2019 15:15 - 16:15
Track 2: Learning with Games