A crisis but not of their making?

Exploring Digital Wellbeing for young people with a ground breaking event in Bristol

Award winning Bradley Stoke based social enterprise, Inclusive Change At Work CiC has joined forces with Digital Safety CIC to bring a ground breaking conference at Leigh Court, Bristol on 25th April 2024. 

In today’s landscape, the well-being of our young people is paramount, and the impact of the digital world on their lives cannot be overstated. Current headlines are relentless, painting a stark picture of challenges ranging from smartphone addiction to cyberbullying, from misinformation to the tragic consequences of digital vulnerability.

That is why Inclusive Change At Work CIC and Digital Safety are working together to create a unique and innovative event named The Castle Conference; Digital Wellbeing for Young People. 

The event will serve as a gathering point for agencies, professionals, and organisations dedicated to tackling the crisis facing our youth in the digital age.

Lucy Smith, founder of Inclusive Change of Work CIC tells us a bit more about the event “We will delve into a range of topics with insights from academia, professionals, and those with lived experiences. From understanding the impact of the big tech companies on young minds to exploring the intersection of neurodiversity and digital vulnerabilities”.

The team behind the event believe in making these vital conversations accessible to all, which is why delegate tickets are priced at just £9 each. 

You can secure your place at icaw-cic.com/events.

Applications are welcome from exhibitors and stall holders who wish to be part of this transformative event. Your participation could catalyse connections that make a tangible difference in our communities.

Even if you’re unable to join us in person, we invite you to stay connected, simply reach out to us at [email protected] or [email protected].

The challenges facing our young people in the digital age are complex, but together, through collective action and collaboration, we can pave the way for a safer, healthier online environment.

The inaugural conference was hosted in Durham in September 2023 and was a resounding success, featuring organisations like “if u care share”, Kooth, local police forces and British ESports. Our Bristol conference will shine a spotlight on critical issues and include invaluable insights of lived experience from young people.

Get in touch and be part of the solution today. 

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